Historic Scotland published its new five year plan for the Antonine Wall yesterday. I shall not go into it in too much detail. I posted extensively on the plan back in October and the problems I highlighted then still remain. In brief, while the plan itself is fine, as long as no money is allocated to the project, it plays at an amateur level.
Page 20/6.17 gets to the heart of the issue: "Collaborative working/partnership delivery of projects is likely to become increasingly important to seek and secure external funding, perhaps in some instances from more creative than traditional sources."
The only thing that the plan can deliver is a new website and better signs.