Scottish Civic Trust Community Consultation Report

The Scottish Civic Trust (SCT) was set up in 1967. In its infancy, it successfully campaigned for the restoration of Edinburgh’s New Town and can also claim credit for saving New Lanark and bringing Doors Open Days to the United Kingdom.

The heritage landscape has changed considerably since that time, and this consultation was conducted in order to be clearer about what our role is and where we sit in Scotland’s heritage sector today. In all, we spoke to 47 of our 127 affiliated groups, representing over 5,600 individual members.

You can read the full report here, and view maps of SCT’s activity strands and Scotland’s heritage sector as a whole.