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Liberton Tower

Liberton Tower is a 15th century fortified house on a hill top site with outstanding views over Edinburgh. The derelict tower was restored to form unique holiday accommodation.

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Lindisfarne Castle

Since 1990, Simpson & Brown has been retained by the National Trust to carry out ongoing restoration, repair and surveying works at Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island, Northumberland.

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Lindisfarne Castle - Conservation Plan

Working with National Trust staff, the conservation plan has provided an in-depth assessment – including a room-by-room gazetteer for use in the management and promotion of the Grade I listed castle, famous as one of Sir Edwin Lutyens most romantic and spectacular castle projects – a 20th century reinvention of a post-medieval fort.

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Lindisfarne Ticket Hut

A new purpose-made award winning ticket office, located next to the famous up-turned fishing boats, at Lindisfarne castle in Northumberland. The hut features a large pivot gate, tin roof and rough sawn oak cladding.

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Market Street, Haddington

24-44 Market Street incorporates elements from the 12th century to present day. The building was fully restored by Simpson & Brown with funding form Historic Scotland. Works included a new stair, roof and full internal reconstruction.

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Mansfield Traquair

Simpson & Brown led this £4.1million project. It involved the comprehensive repair of the external building fabric, and the extensive remodelling of the interior to provide modern office space.

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