Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


Eleanor Egan

Eleanor began her professional career in 1999 with Adam Dudley Architects, Edinburgh.   

She returned to Simpson & Brown in 2003 since when she has been involved in a new ticket office at Lindisfarne Castle; the acquisition of consents for Georgian properties in Edinburgh; and the conversion of various farm buildings into dwellings in East Lothian, Perthshire, and the Scottish Borders.

Eleanor was the project architect for extensive alterations, restoration and building works at the 18th century Hall in Brocklesby Park Estate, Lincolnshire. She has worked on repairs and restoration of Yester Kirk in Gifford, East Lothian; the Vaults, Leith and the restoration and re-habitation of a 17th century tower house, Isle of Bute. More recently she was the Project Architect for the design of the dining room extension at Langley Castle Hotel, Hexham.

She is currently working on external repairs and re-roofing works at the Stirling Smith Art Gallery, Stirling; repair and conservation works to Lews Castle, Stornoway and The Kingsbarns Distillery, Fife.

Eleanor became an Associate in 2004 and is one of four team leaders in the practice.




Left. Langley Castle Dining Pavilion    Right. Yester Kirk