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Archives and Research

Buildings at Risk Register

Search by planning authority to locate buildings at risk across Scotland.

Search by planning authority to locate buildings at risk across Scotland.

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All buildings on the Buildings at Risk Register are of architectural or historic importance and considered at risk or under threat.

A building at risk may be:

  • long-term vacant
  • neglected and/or poorly maintained
  • structurally unsound
  • damaged by fire
  • unsecured and open to the elements
  • threatened with demolition

Buildings stay on the register until they’re either saved and put back into use, or demolished.

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