it is always gratifying when 'the work' is cited by other people or otherwise made use of. And it is particularly so when this is in 'official' documents, so that new research results become more readily available, a recognised part of Scotland's history.
It is not usually appropriate to put material on this site which is drawn directly from work I do for others - such as Historic Environment Scotland or National Trust for Scotland. But, as HES have now cited material on their own websites, here we go!
This website is now cited in the Statement of Significance for Holyrood Park, recognising that the article on Scotland's Royal Landscapes sets Holyrood in its wider context and modifies earlier views of the history of this nationally important site; for that see
The corresponding Statement of Significance for Stirling King's Park also cites this website but also work I earlier did for HES. For that see: