Recording all aspects of the historic environment of Dorset.
The Historic Environment Record (HER) is maintained for public benefit and enquiries are welcome. Use our online form to submit enquiries.
Track the progress of your HER enquiry.
Charging policy and scale of charges.
Guidance, accuracy and currency of HER information. Read this before you make your HER enquiry.
Information and help about how to make an HER enquiry.
We aspire to provide comprehensive coverage for all aspects of the archaeological and built environment.
How to ensure a speedy response, how quickly you can expect to hear from us and the format of HER information provided.
Her is used by a wide range of people and organizations for general interest, research, planning, and land management.
Please provide details about the nature of their enquiry and agree to our conditions of use.
How we treat the information you give us.
Every effort is made to check the accuracy of information being incorporated into the HER.
Help to shape the development of the Dorset Historic Environment Record (HER). Come along to our next HER Forum meeting and give us your views.
Local knowledge and contacts make an important contribution to understanding and protecting Dorset's historic environment.
HELOs are asked to liaise between the Parish Council and the Historic Environment team on archaeological matters.
Historic Environment Liaison Officer (HELO) - update notifications and changes to your details
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Contribute to our knowledge of Dorset's past by reporting your finds and observations, and telling us about your own projects.
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