State Owned or Leased Historic Properties Review
South Carolina law encourages state agencies and institutions to preserve National Register-listed properties they own or lease by establishing a consultation process with the Department of Archives and History (SHPO). The process is designed to incorporate historic preservation concerns with the needs of state projects. The Department is also charged with providing technical historic preservation training for state agency staff who are involved with the management of National Register properties.
For more information:
See Sections 60-12-10 through 60-12-90 of the South Carolina Code of Laws which provide for "Protection of State Owned or Leased Historic Properties."
The SHPO has prepared a Fact Sheet describing the law and providing answers to frequently asked questions: Protection of State Owned or Leased Historic Properties (PDF).
List of State Owned or Leased National Register Properties (PDF)
Information about the National Register of Historic Places, including South Carolina’s National Register listings, is available on the SHPO website.
For more information contact John Sylvest, 803-896-6129.