Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


Eleanor Egan

Eleanor first joined Simpson & Brown in 1996 whilst a student and returned in 2003. She became an Associate of the practice in 2004 and was accredited in Conservation Architecture in 2009.

Eleanor leads a team of six, working on a wide variety of projects including works to private houses, churches, heritage projects, commercial buildings, quinquennial reports and condition inspections. 

Eleanor has been involved in the restoration and adaptation of a number of historic buildings throughout the United Kingdom. Projects have included the conversion of rural steadings into dwellings, the restoration of a large country estate in England and the conversion and extension of a derelict steading to form a new distillery in Fife.

Eleanor has been the Conservation Architect on the restoration of Lews Castle in Stornoway, a comprehensive repair and restoration project at Ford Castle in Northumberland, and is currently working on the restoration of Fairburn Tower, Ross-shire for the Landmark Trust. 

Eleanor holds RIAS Accreditation in Conservation Architecture at the Advanced Level.




Left. Langley Castle Dining Pavilion    Right. Yester Kirk