Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments

Cadw is the historic environment service of the Welsh Assembly Government.

Plas Carew
Unit 5/7 Cefn Coed
Parc Nantgarw
Cardiff
CF15 7QQ
UK
Website: www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/
Email: Cadw@Wales.gsi.gov.uk
Tel: 01443 33 6000

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Ancient monuments in Wales - scheduled monument consent 2007 Green
Caring for coastal heritage 1999 Red
Caring for historic landscapes 2003 Red
Caring for historic landscapes 2007 Green
Caring for lost farmsteads 2002 Green
Caring for medieval church archaeology 2000 Green
Caring for prehistoric funerary and ritual monuments 2005 Green
Chapels in Wales - conservation and conversion (2003 reprint) 1999 Green
Converting historic farm buildings in Wales - a guide to good practice 2004 Green
Guide to good practice on using the register of landscapes of historic interest in Wales in the planning and development process 2003 Red
Guide to good practice on using the register of landscapes of historic interest in Wales in the planning and development process 2007 Green
Heritage impact assessment in Wales 2017 Green
Historic buildings and conservation area grants (revised 2004) 2001 Green
Industrial workers' housing in Wales - care and conservation 2005 Green
Listed building consent 2002 Red
Listed buildings in Wales - listed buildings consent 2005 Green
Managing change in world heritage sites in Wales 2017 Green
Managing change to listed buildings in Wales 2017 Green
Managing change to registered historic parks and gardens in Wales 2017 Green
Managing conservation areas in Wales 2017 Green
Managing historic character in Wales 2017 Green
Managing listed buildings at risk in Wales 2017 Green
Managing lists of historic assets of special local interest in Wales 2017 Green
Overcoming the barriers - providing physical access to historic buildings 2002 Green
Register of landscapes of outstanding historic interest in Wales 1998 Green
Register of landscapes of special historic interest in Wales 2001 Green
Renewable energy and your historic building - installing micro-generation systems: a guide to best practice 2010 Green
Scheduled monument consent 2002 Red
Setting of historic assets in Wales 2017 Green
Small rural dwellings in Wales - care and conservation 2003 Green
Traditional agricultural buildings in Wales - care and conservation 2006 Green
Traffic management in historic areas 2003 Green
TCN 1 Repair and preservation of historic masonry 2003 Green
TCN 2 Use of lime mortar in historic structures 2004 Green

 

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