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Buckinghamshire Historic Environment Record

Coronavirus Update: Buckinghamshire County Council has followed government advice and the Historic Environment Record staff are now working from home.  We all have remote access and as such can be contacted as usual.  Please bear with us, as our remote systems are slower to access than from the office, but we will respond as soon as we are able.

Host Local Authority:

Buckinghamshire County Council

Other Local Authority areas covered by HER:
Aylesbury Vale District Council, Chiltern District Council, South Bucks District Council, Wycombe District Council

Contact information for key staff:
NameJob Title TelephoneEmail
Julia Wise HER Officer 01296 382072 juwise@buckscc.gov.uk (personal)
smr@buckscc.gov.uk (generic)
Paul ClementsHER Assistant01296 382624pclements@buckscc.gov.uk

Access to HER information:
Access to Online Database: Unlocking Buckinghamshire's Past  and via Heritage Gateway
Information on HER Services: Buckinghamshire Historic Environment Record

Twitter: @BucksCCArch
Facebook: Buckinghamshire County Council Archaeology

Environment Services
Transport Economy Environment
New County Offices
Walton Street

HP20 1UY

Offce National Grid Reference: SP 81975 13536

Opening Hours:
Monday – Thursday 9am – 5.30pm
Friday 9am – 5pm

Visitor Facilities:
Arrangements are in place for visitors to see HER material at the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, where internet access, photocopiers and other facilities are available for visitors. Access to the HER is by prior appointment only.

Range of information available:
Records of archaeological and historical sites, landscapes and finds from earliest human presence in Buckinghamshire to the end of the Cold war, including Listed Buildings, Scheduled Ancient Monuments, industrial and military complexes, Historic Landscape Characterisation, Historic Towns Survey etc.

The HER includes detailed reports, maps and plans, photos and slides, collections of aerial photographs and a small library of books, monographs and local periodicals.

Information last updated  March 20 2020

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