Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland

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The Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland records buildings of national architectural or historic interest which are considered to be under threat.wikipedia
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Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland

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It was maintained by the Scottish Civic Trust until 2011, then by RCAHMS until that body became part of HES in 2015.
From 2011, the RCAHMS maintained the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland on behalf of Historic Scotland.

Scottish Civic Trust

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It was maintained by the Scottish Civic Trust until 2011, then by RCAHMS until that body became part of HES in 2015.
From 1990 to 2011 the Trust maintained the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland on behalf of Historic Environment Scotland and delivers the popular Doors Open Days programme in Scotland.

Listed building

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In Scotland, a buildings at risk register was started in 1990 by Historic Scotland in response to similar concerns at the number of listed buildings that were vacant and in disrepair.

Heritage at risk

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*Heritage at Risk Register, the equivalent list in England
The Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland is maintained by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) on behalf of Historic Scotland, and provides information on properties of architectural or historic merit throughout the country that are considered to be at risk.

Taymouth Castle

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Twelve of Taymouth Castle's buildings/structures are currently recorded on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland.

Moy House, Forres

Moy House
It was designated a Category A listed building in 1971, and has been listed on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland since 1990; ravaged by fire in 1995, it is now a ruin.

Balloch Castle

Although the house has been periodically used for visitor facilities and council offices, it is now included on the Buildings at Risk Register.

Elvanfoot

ElvanNewton, Lanarkshire
The apparently-abandoned church is on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland, as are the stables of Newton House, once home to the Scottish judge Alexander Irving, Lord Newton.

Church of The Incarnation, Tombae

Church of The Incarnation
It ceased being used as an active church in 2012, and as of 2019 is on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland, described as being at moderate risk, and in poor condition.

Cairness House

In 1991, the house was listed as a Building At Risk by the Scottish Civic Trust.

Talwin Morris

Today, Dunglass Castle sits derelict within an oil refinery and is classified as a Building at Risk.

Bonnington Pavilion

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It is not clear when it was abandoned, and the structure is now included on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland.

Leslie House

Restoration of the building, as well as plans to create 17 luxury homes from the renovated property, is proposed but the building is currently on the Buildings at Risk Register.

Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen

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The Tivoli was listed on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland.

Lessendrum

Barony of Lessendrum
It is on the Buildings at Risk Register.

Mortlach Parish Church

This building is in a state of some disrepair, with cracks in the walls and some missing or slipped slates in the roof, and it was added to the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland in 2008.

Huntershill House

Huntershill house is currently owned by East Dunbartonshire Council, and is a category B listed building, unfortunately during their ownership the building has fallen into disrepair and has ended up being listed on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland.

Brucklay Castle

By the 1990s it was a ruin and was placed on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland.

Acheson House

John Aitchison's House in Edinburgh's Canongate
It was added to the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland in 2000.