Discover more about Scotland’s built heritage and take an active part in its protection and preservation by becoming a member of the AHSS.

We are committed to encouraging public understanding and appreciation of Scotland’s historic built environment. Working across Scotland, the Society supports the preservation and restoration of historic buildings, towns and landscapes.

You immediately become part of the Society’s campaign to protect Scotland’s built heritage


Further Benefits:

Casework: The Society has a network of local cases panels which monitor applications for planning, listed building, and conservation area consents.

Talks & lectures: A lively programme of architecture-related talks and lectures are organised across the Society’s regional groups.

Visits & tours: A variety of excursions to historic properties, gardens and places of architectural interest are regularly organised by the Society’s regional groups.

Publications: The Society’s magazine provides a roundup of current news from within the built environment sector in Scotland, with features from our regional groups and guest contributors. When funding is available, the Society also produces an academic Journal with essays on architectural history and conservation.  This is the only publication of new architectural heritage research in the country.

Benefits of Membership

You immediately become part of the Society’s campaign to protect Scotland’s built heritage. Even if you take no active part, your support is vital to the Society.

Participation in the Society’s active regional events programme including our ever popular National Study Tour.

A free copy of our brilliant magazine and our renowned academic journal, Architectural Heritage as and when it is published.

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Membership Enquiries

For all membership enquiries please contact our Membership Services provider Hall McCartney:

Telephone: 01462 896688
Fax: 01462 896677

Address: Hall McCartney, Heritage House, PO Box 21, Baldock, Hertfordshire, SG7 5SH