Historic Scotland

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(from left) Allan Callaghan of Cruden, John Swinney and Rufus Logan of BRE An innovative new app has been launched which promises to help social landlords and housebuilders in providing more energy efficient homes, reducing fuel poverty and carbon emissions and improving the health of tenants.

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New imagery of Aberdeen’s £107 million Marischal Square transformation has unveiled the type of building materials which will be used for the project. A special showcase event in the city by developer and urban regeneration specialist Muse Developments revealed that two-thirds of the mixed-use pr

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An innovative new app developed by BRE (Building Research Establishment) in partnership with Cruden and Kraft Architecture + Research which allows house builders to compare energy efficiency options and the associated cost implications, is now available for free download. The data incorporated withi

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Plans have been submitted to transform Glasgow’s historic Scotway House into a new complex for students. Developer Glasgow Harbour has lodged an application which will see the B listed building in Castlebank Street converted into a bar and restaurant, acting as a ‘gateway’ feature to the wider

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Castle Mill Works in Edinburgh A Glasgow cemetery which forms an important part of Scotland’s Jewish heritage, the City Observatory Complex in Edinburgh and an extremely rare locomotive turntable in Aberdeen are amongst the latest recipients of Historic Scotland’s Building Repairs Grants Scheme.

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Pittormie Castle The owners of a private members club located on the edge of St Andrews have announced a £12m expansion plan which will create around 40 new local jobs.

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Traditional building skills have once again been selected to be showcased in Falkirk’s historic town centre next week as part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week. As with last year’s event, a free drop in event will be running at Falkirk Old and St Modan’s Churchyard off Falkirk High Street on Fri

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Work to transform the neglected remains of one of Scotland’s architectural gems is to begin within days. The £7.5 million plan will see the former St Peter’s Seminary at Kilmahew, in Argyll, converted into a world-class arts complex almost 30 years after the building was abandoned and left to s

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A project to restore and transform Lews Castle in the Outer Hebrides has been thrown a multi-million-pound lifeline. Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) will provide £1.7 million and the local authority Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (CnES) will add £1.5m to complete the project.

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Historic Scotland’s landmark £8.9 million Engine Shed project in Forthside, Stirling, has taken another step closer to being realised with the appointment of contractor Esh Border Construction. The construction phase will see the transformation of an unused building into a world-leading education

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