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The Buildings at Risk Register (BARR) for Scotland highlights properties of architectural or historic merit throughout the country that are considered to be at risk or under threat. In 2011, the proportion of A-list buildings (which are of national or international importance) at risk was 8.2%. This is an improvement on the previous available figure (8.7% in 2009).
Source: Historic Scotland
Historic Scotland: Buildings At Risk Register (BARR): survey of A-listed entries in Scotland. National Report 2011. This presents the findings from a rolling survey of Category A-listed buildings.
Changes in the proportion of A-list buildings at risk is used to measure the Scotland Performs National Indicator: Improve the state of Scotland's Historic Buildings, monuments and environment.
Buildings at Risk Register (BARR) for Scotland
Page updated: Friday, September 23, 2011