57 Craigend Drive West
1 Waterhouse Square
English Heritage is the statutory government body for the historic environment. The organisation is officially known as the Historic Building and Monuments Commission for England. English Heritage preserve and maintain a wide range of nationally important heritage and historical sites and advise the government on heritage issues.
PO Box 574
The National Trust is a registered charity that protects historic houses, gardens, mills and nature reserves amongst a variety of property. One of the key goals of the trust is to open up its properties to the public. It owns and runs a range of properties and heritage sites throughout England and Wales.
Jonathan Swift Street
The Office of Public Works is part of the Irish Government and has a number of roles including its heritage and conservation service. It owns and conserves a broad range of cultural and historic sites throughout Ireland.
44-58 May Street
The NIEA protects and promotes Northern Ireland's built and natural heritage. It is an agency of the Department of Environment with responsibility for protecting and promoting heritage in Northern Ireland. Many of its sites are open to the public.
Historic Scotland is an agency of the Scottish Government. It is responsible for safeguarding the nation's historic environment and promoting its understanding and enjoyment. To that end it owns properties throughout Scotland, many of which are open to the public.
5 Cultins Road
The National Trust for Scotland is a politically neutral conservation charity. Like its counterpart in England it protects and promotes Scotland's heritage and cultural sites. It opens its properties up to the public and is Scotland's largest membership organisation.
Unit 5/7 Cefn Coed
Cadw is the Welsh Government's historic environment service. It conserves Wales's heritage and aims to help people understand, appreciate and care about their history.