Refurbishment Case Study 13

A case study describing upgrade and refurbishment works on a B-listed 1700s townhouse.

This case study focuses on the upgrade and refurbishment works carried out to a category B-listed, 18th century townhouse in Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway which had been separated into two dwelling houses in the late 19th century. The owners of this property sought to repair the building and reinstate the original architectural form using a best practice conservation approach; and they employed a conservation architect and experienced contractors to supervise and carry out the work.

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