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Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

The new museum plays a central part in the master plan developed to link together and enhance the experience of the different sites in Alloway relating to the poet’s life and legacy.

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Rosslyn Castle

The great 15th century castle of the Sinclair Earls of Orkney is largely ruinous, but one large range has remained roofed and contains fine interior work of the 17th and 18th centuries. Both the ruins and the roofed range were repaired and restored and equipped for letting by the Landmark Trust.

Rothesay Pavilion

Prepared for Argyll and Bute Council, the draft report of 2003 examined this landmark 1937 building, and formed the basis for subsequent funding applications. The report was updated and finalised in 2010, forming a conservation management plan to accompany the proposed restoration and alteration of the building.

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Rowardennan

The Rowardennan Visitor Facility sits in a tranquil woodland setting on a small rise between the loch and the foot of Ben Lomond. The centre provides shelter, toilets, changing facilities, binstore and an exhibition area providing local information.

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Royal College of Physicians

No. 8 Queen Street, designed by Robert Adam in 1771, is one of the earliest and most significant New Town houses. In 1968 it was purchased by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh who later appointed Simpson & Brown to undertake an extensive restoration project.

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Scotch Malt Whisky Society

A new boardroom for the Scotch Malt Whisky Society at 28 Queen Street in Edinburgh. Traditional panelling with discreetly designed storage transformed a plain attic studio into an opulent and well-equipped boardroom.

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