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The Golden Temple, Amritsar

The Golden Temple is in the city of Amritsar in India. Thousands of people travel to the sikh temple every year and it is one of the most visited places in Punjab. Simpson & Brown carried out a condition inspection and developed a Conservation Strategy for the building.

Gosford House

This conservation plan was commissioned by 13th Earl of Wemyss & March to inform the conservation, repair, use, management and possible alterations of Gosford House and its landscape. Gosford House is a category A-listed building located between Longniddry and Aberlady, in Gosford Bay, on the shore of the Firth of Forth, East Lothian.

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Hartford Hall

Hartford Hall is a category II* listed building located in Northumberland. Six flats, ten terraced houses and nine detached houses have been built in the grounds of the house as part of an Enabling Works project.

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Heron Corn Mill

A phase of essential repairs to the roof and walls were carried out at the 18th century working mill. Work was also carried out to an adjacent barn to form offices and an education space designed to meet the requirements for the local community.

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Hexham Old Gaol

In 2005, a £1.5 million restoration and refurbishment scheme was carried out to the historic fabric of the Old Gaol and Moothall in Hexham upgrading the existing Tourist Information Centre and Museum.

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Interim Scottish Parliament

Simpson & Brown were commissioned by the Scottish Office in July 1998 to convert the Church of Scotland Assembly Hall into interim accommodation for the new Scottish Parliament. Building work on this prestigious, fast-track project began in December 1998 and was completed for the state opening of Parliament by the Queen in July 1999.

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