Thu 27 Aug 20
Historic Environment Scotland designed an online survey to help understand the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for the historic environment sector in Scotland.
The survey, which canvassed a wide range of businesses, organisations, social enterprises and voluntary groups across the heritage sector during April 2020, was conducted to understand the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the sector as a whole. The survey results, within this report, provided the basis for a coordinated and collaborative response to the crisis.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Survey Follow Up
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is working closely with the historic environment sector to better understand the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and develop a long term vision.
HES are compiling data on how all parts of the historic environment sector in Scotland have been affected.
Now HES have moved into phase three of the Scottish Government’s route map out of current lockdown, we are looking to hear from businesses, organisations and community groups again.
HES conducted a sector survey in April and shared the results with the sector (above) and its stakeholders. Whether or not you responded to our last survey HES welcome your views now.
HES appreciate the time you are taking to share your experience as an organisation, business or community group. This survey should take you less than 10 minutes to complete.
Why HES Are Consulting
The results will inform HES's own actions in response to COVID-19, add value to other consultations and calls for information HES and other organisations are making, and provide material to promote the continuing value of the sector during the crisis.