BEFS team is now working from home and contact details remain the same. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) advice for culture and heritage organisations can be found here.

Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) is an umbrella body for organisations working in the built environment in Scotland. Drawing on extensive expertise in a membership-led forum, BEFS informs, debates and advocates on the strategic issues, opportunities and challenges facing Scotland’s historic and contemporary built environment.

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2 days left to sign up to NLHF-funded Business Support Programme ‘Surviving to Thriving’ developed by @MuseumsGalScot @TheBEFS & @greenspacescot to support Scotland’s #heritage orgs. develop #sustainable #business models.Deadline: 12pm Thurs 3 Dec.Apply now: //bit.ly/3fQrPHz https://t.co/SrGfhVxwqc
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In the @ScotGovPlanning consultation on planning fees we suggest they should be linked to carbon. Looks like we’re not alone... https://t.co/yvDWy2dyw0
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Architect calls for embodied carbon targets to be enshrined in planning policy https://t.co/Qy4S5p6DqQ
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'Benefits' of roadworks to archaeology reviewed https://t.co/z6O86uVwdY
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@socantscot: Not only did John Ritchie Findlay FSAScot develop @TheScotsman into a flourishing newspaper, he also left a lasting impact on Scotland's built environment.In her award-winning essay, Clarisse Godard Desmarest reveals a forgotten legacy. Read free online: https://t.co/anmpLbxa4m https://t.co/aSAH7A2kaA

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