Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology

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Mount Stuart

In 2006 the Mount Stuart Trust commissioned Simpson & Brown to produce an extensive Conservation Plan for the magnificent category A-listed Neo-Gothic house and grounds on the Isle of Bute.

Newcastle Area Command HQ

An archaeological desk-based assessment of the site proposed for the development of the new Newcastle Area Command Headquarters for Northumbria Police at Forth Banks in Newcastle upon Tyne was carried out by Addyman Archaeology.

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Newhaven Fishmarket

Simpson & Brown was approached to prepare plans for the consolidation and repair of the existing B-listed former fishmarket and to subdivide the disused space in the southern half of the building to create new restaurant/retail units.

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Old Auchentroig

After ten years of campaigning for Auchentroig, Simpson & Brown helped the owners seek funding from Historic Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund to fully restore the derelict early 18th century building.

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Old College Quad

A major landscaping project at Edinburgh University completed the W H Playfair scheme of the early 19th century. The works revealed centuries of archaeology, including a medieval burial ground, a 17th century courtyard and an 18th century chemistry store.

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Paisley Abbey

Simpson & Brown was commissioned to write a conservation plan for Paisley Abbey and the Place of Paisley and to design a new building that completes the missing west side of the cloister.

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