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Elvaston Castle Country Park

Simpson & Brown was engaged to identify and report on the quantity and costs of essential repairs to the historic buildings, structures and landscape elements of the 200 acres Elvaston Castle Estate, near Derby.

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Gardynes Land

Simpson & Brown produced a Feasibility Study for the conversion and restoration of the Gardynes Land buildings in Dundee. This culminated in the proposal for conversion into a Youth Hostel. Works began in 2000 and were completed in 2005.

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Gargunnock House

Gargunnock House is a 16th century category A-listed House. The work involved carefully running new wiring behind existing historic finishes throughout the house and locating new fire detectors in suitable ceiling positions.

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Gibside

The National Trust appointed Simpson & Brown to research and develop strategies for the future of Gibside Estate, considered one of the most important eighteenth-century designed landscapes in England.

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Gibside Conservation Plan

Gibside is one of the greatest surviving designed landscape parks of Georgian England.The estate was in family ownership and inhabited until the early 20th century. From the 1960s, the National Trust took the courageous decision to begin to reunite the parts of the designed landscape. The core of the designed landscape is now in National Trust ownership.

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Gjesvaer Marine Life Centre

A new marine life centre in northern Norway is based on the model of the Seabird Centre in North Berwick. It is located in Gjesvaer, home to millions of seabirds in the summer months. The building accommodates an exhibition space, auditorium, cafe and shop as well as residential accommodation and research facilities for visiting academics.

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