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Merger of Historic Scotland and RCAHMS?
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From the IHBC News Blog Archive:

Quote:Historic Scotland: Option appraising RCAHMS
Scottish Ministers have commissioned an options appraisal, through the heritage agency Historic Scotland (HS), on the future of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS).

Read the full article here

So Historic Scotland have been given the job of deciding how RCAHMS core functions are to be delivered - what's the betting that the recommendation is that the Commission should be absorbed into Historic Scotland? If I worked for the Commission, I'd be pretty worried about that, as I know there's been no love lost between the two of organisations over the last 20 years.
You know Marcus. He once got lost in his own museum
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