Listed & Scheduled Monuments and Buildings
The Council holds the list of buildings and structures which are scheduled or listed. We can advise you whether or not your property is listed. If it is, listed building consent will be needed if you want to carry out any alterations.
General information on Scotland's Listed Buildings, A Guide for Owners and Occupiers can be viewed here, this is an informal account of the legislation protecting Scotland's historic buildings, describing how it is administered by Historic Scotland.
You can also search the Historic Scotland web-site which deals with various aspects of information involving Listed Buildings.
Chartered Architectural Technologists (CIAT) provide architectural design services and solutions. They are specialists in the science of architecture, building design and construction and form the link between concept and construction
A pre-requisite of grant funding for historic properties is the engagement of a Conservation Accredited Architect. The Stirling Society of Architects (a chapter of The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland), can offer advice on any requirements if accessing public grant funding from Historic Scotland or other conservation bodies.