These links will direct you to the Conservation and Heritage pages in each of the Local Planning Authorities in Lincolnshire.
These links will direct you to other helpful sources of information about the history and heritage of Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Heritage Explorer - A digital and interactive version of Lincolnshire's Historic Environment Record with a searchable database and map.
Lincs to the Past - A searchable catalogue of information held in Lincolnshire Archives, Libraries, Museums and HER.
Lincolnshire Extensive Urban Survey - A Project to document the historical and archaeological background and analyse the character of thirty of Lincolnshire's towns, taking a snapshot of how they look and feel in the modern day.
Lincolnshire Gardens Trust - A registered conservation and education charity helping to conserve and raise awareness of Lincolnshire's garden heritage.
National Library of Scotland - County Maps - Lincolnshire - A free to use, online repository of historic county and Ordnance Survey maps for use in researching heritage assets.
Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology - A Society that operate in Lincolnshire, running events and training for its members, as well as undertaking a range of activities within the historic environment.
University of Leicester Special Collections - A digitised collection of historic trade directories. Trade directories often have historical descriptions of towns, villages as well as information about individuals, buildings etc and are a useful research resource.
The following resources provide background information about different types of Heritage Asset.