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EWH Annual Review 2014-15

The EWH Annual Review highlights our work in conserving, promoting and enhancing the World Heritage Site.

Nov 1, 2015

Promote & Educate
Helping the city make the most of its heritage – in 2014-15 we worked with the Edinburgh Tourism Action Group to develop a World Heritage toolkit for tourism businesses.

Enabling community involvement – in 2014-15 we worked with local residents in the Canongate to develop a new voluntary group to help look after the Canongate Kirkyard.

Conserve and Regenerate
Encouraging investment in the city’s buildings – in 2014-15 we awarded £645,547 in grants which attracted a further £16,673,562 in investment in the city’s historic buildings.

Transforming the city’s neglected spaces – in 2014-15 we worked with the City of Edinburgh Council, the University of Edinburgh and artist Callum Innes to renovate the High School Yards Steps in the Cowgate.

Influence & Share
Putting Edinburgh on the world stage – in 2014-15 we took part in two EU funded projects with a series of European partners, sharing our conservation expertise.

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