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The Buttress

The Buttress building in Newcastle is a complex amalgamation of structures dating back to the 13th century. We have been involved in the restoration of the building for over 30 years. It has now been adapted to form a restaurant with offices above.

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Charlotte Square

Simpson & Brown was commissioned in July 1996 to repair and restore six town houses in Charlotte Square to form the new Headquarters for the National Trust for Scotland.

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The Chapel of St. Albert the Great

The Chapel of St. Albert the Great is an award winning new build chapel located within the gardens of a Georgian town house in George Square, Edinburgh.

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Craighouse

Simpson & Brown formed part of a wider design team for the proposed residential development at the former Napier University site on Easter Craiglockhart Hill in south Edinburgh.

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Cringletie House Hotel

Cringletie House is a mid-19th century Scots Baronial mansion near Peebles, now operating as a luxury Hotel. In 2004 Simpson & Brown carried out extensive remodelling work including the addition of a new lift.

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Culross Palace

At the request of the National Trust for Scotland, an analytical building survey of the 16th century Culross Palace in Fife was undertaken in advance of proposed reharling works to the exterior.

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