Historic Environment Strategy for Falkirk 2017

Closed 31 May 2017

Opened 19 Apr 2017


The Historic Environment of Falkirk includes a wide range of archaeological, cultural, historic and architectural assets and sites. These include statutory designations such as one world heritage site, The Antonine Wall (part of the transnational Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site), 89 scheduled monuments, 352 listed buildings, 9 conservation areas, 3 historic gardens and designed landscapes and 2 battlefield sites. Our area also has non-statutory designations including areas of townscape value, non-inventory designed landscapes and sites with remnant designed landscape features. The sites and monument record held at Callander House has around 2,821 entries.

We have prepared a draft Historic Environment Strategy for Falkirk 2017 which proposes a programme of priority actions for the next 5 years. These actions are linked to a vision for the historic environment of Falkirk and 8 key themes. The actions proposed in the new strategy reflect current challenges and opportunities.

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