The Berwickshire Civic Society is a charitable amenity group founded under the chairmanship of Earl Haig in the early 1970’s. It campaigns for the protection and enhancement of both the built and natural environment and has achieved many notable successes.
The Society’s volunteer Planning Adviser is consulted by the Scottish Borders Council on a number of planning applications each year. Members can seek advice from them on design, conservation and development matters.
Objectives of the Society
- To promote and encourage the following objects by charitable means, but not otherwise:
- To stimulate public interest in, and care for the beauty, history and character of the County of Berwickshire.
- To encourage the preservation, development and improvement of features of general public amenity or historic interest.
- To encourage high standards of architecture and town and country planning in Berwickshire and comment on plans of the Local Authority.
If you would like a copy of the constitution, please email Secretary@berwickshirecivicsociety.org.
If you are interested in the county of Berwickshire and what we do, you may like to support the Society by becoming a member.
Annual subscriptions are due in by April 6th:
individual £12, joint £18 and business £20.
It’s easy to join, just download and complete this form BCS Membership Form
Berwickshire Civic Society is sponsored by Bruce Stevenson Risk Management, insurance specialists for listed and heritage properties, commercial and private.