Dates refer to announcement to the rhb community. From 1995 to 1999, changes were announced in update sheets issued each year with new copies of The Relative Hills of Britain. Further update sheets were issued in 2002, 2006, 2010, 2013 and 2014, but some intermediate changes were announced in Marhofn, issued in May every year up to 2016. The latest update sheet is published on The Relative Hills of Britain website. From Sept 2006, changes were announced on the Yahoo rhb group (now defunct), and from December 2020 on Pedantic Publications.
Twin Peaks (those listed in the first table of the earlier RHB update sheets, which have at least 30m of drop and are coded Ma= in the database) are included in the changes. Twin Peaks were not listed in The Relative Hills of Britain.
Highlighted changes are in Ireland
Names in blue indicate a subsequent reversal of status
*merits a replacement but not accorded a new hill entry in the database
†One of five new Corbett names agreed in consultation with the Scottish Mountaineering Club. Misspelt Beinn Stacath in the SMC guidebook and named Ceann na Baintighearna in the Corbetts table on the SMC website. 1997 Munro's Tables has Stob Fear-tomhais, an SMC invention.
‡Within the database, Irish hill names usually give the Mountainviews name rather than the TACit name first, e.g. 21124 is listed as An Bheann Mhor [Coomcallee West Top].
Links are to entries in the Database Notes or Marhofn. The numerous links to postings on the rhb group have been removed following Yahoo's deletion of the archive.