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Blyth Battery

Simpson & Brown undertook the full restoration of this exceptional example of a complete First World War coastal defence battery within an environmentally sensitive coastal site in Northumberland.

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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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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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Kelvingrove Bandstand

A conservation management plan for the Glasgow Building Preservation Trust to assist in the restoration of the category B listed bandstand and amphitheatre.

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Lews Castle

This mixed use scheme includes the comprehensive fabric repair of the castle to form a high quality hospitality venue and the creation of a new contemporary museum. The project is a collaboration with Malcolm Fraser Architects.

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