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University of Glasgow

Now comprising over 150 buildings, of which more than half are listed, the University is the second-biggest landowner in the city and one of the most significant owners of historic buildings in the country. The Estates & Buildings office commissioned an Estates Conservation Strategy to help assist in the long-term management of the campus.

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University of St Andrews

The University of St Andrews commissioned a conservation plan for the North Haugh campus, with a particular emphasis on James Stirling’s Andrew Melville Hall. The campus includes a variety of teaching, laboratory, residential and recreational buildings, primarily dating from the late 1960s onwards and faces a variety of challenges which the Conservation Plan will assist the Estates Department in meeting.

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University of Stirling

With the proposed listing of a number of modernist buildings on the University campus, Simpson & Brown was commissioned to write a Conservation Plan to aid the University in managing the proposed change in status and to propose a conservation framework for the site in the future.

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The Vaults

Extensive external fabric repairs were carried at this 17th century category A-listed warehouse building in Leith, currently home to the Scotch Malt Whisky Society.

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Wormistoune Pavillions

Two new pavilion buildings, providing holiday accommodation, within the grounds of Wormistoune House. The style of the new pavilions is deliberately historicist so as not to jar with the subtle character of the walled garden.

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Wynyard Hall

Wynyard Hall is a grade II* listed country house in County Durham. Described in the Pevsner architectural guide to the county as its ‘most splendid 19th century mansion house,’ the house is now a hotel. Set in listed parkland, with a number of listed features such as bridges and decorative temples.

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