Management of the Society is by an elected Council of Trustees, and is administered by our Development Officer, with guidance from our President, Chairman and Treasurer.
In 1992 the Society introduced the honorary position of Fellow, for those who have served the objects of the society with distinction.
A great range of Volunteering opportunities are available; help us protect Scotland’s historic buildings.
Society Trustees and Officials
President: Simon Green
Vice Presidents: Audrey Gardner
National Chair: Martin Robertson
Vice-Chairman: Caroline McFarlane
Honorary Treasurer: James FH MacBeth
Honorary Solicitor: Alastair Keatinge, WS of Messrs Lindsays, Edinburgh
Elected Members of Council:
Group Representatives on Council
Dumfries & Galloway: Andrew McNab
Forth & Borders: Mario Cariello
Highland: Colin Munro
North East: John Coyne
Strathclyde: Iain Wotherspoon
Tayside & East Fife: Adam Swan
Chair of National Conservation Committee: Jocelyn Cunliffe
The Society’s Honorary Fellows
Audrey Gardner DA
John Gerrard MBE MA FRIAS
Margaret Gilfillan MBE BCom
Ian Gow MA Hon FRIAS
James Macaulay MA PhD FR Hist Soc
Glen Pride BSc (Hons) DA FRIBA (Ret) FRIAS (Ret)
Professor Alistair Rowan DArch PhD MA
Rosamund Stenhouse Stewart
Professor David Walker OBE DA LLD FRSE Hon FRIAS FSA Scot
Development Officer: Sarah Pearce
Sarah has an MA in Architectural History from the University of Edinburgh. Following graduation in 2012, Sarah spent two years with the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust before moving to the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland in August 2014. Sarah works full time for the AHSS, volunteers on the Forth & Borders Cases Panel and is an IHBC Affiliate Member.