Refurbishment Case Study 24
Round Toll House, Pollokshaws, Glasgow
A case study describing the re-slating works and other repairs on the Round Toll House, Pollokshaws, Glasgow.
Refurbishment Case Study 25
Haa of Sand, Shetland
A case study describing hot-mixed mortar re-harling and adapting a gable end wall at a property in Shetland.
Refurbishment Case Study 26
Black Bull Close, Dunbar: Hot-Mixed Lime Mortar Trials
A trial project in Dunbar which aimed to test how hot-mixed lime mortars can be used in the repair and rebuilding of a traditional Scottish boundary wall.
Refurbishment Case Study 27
Holm Farm Cottage
This case study looks at works to improve ventilation and insulation in a traditional building to prevent the re-growth of mould.
Refurbishment Case Study 28
Lime Pointing and Repair Works to Hobkirk Church, Hawick
A case study to pilot the use of hot mixed mortars and other conservation repairs.
Refurbishment Case Study 29
Maintenance and Adaptation Works at Falkland House Stables, Fife
A case study to pilot hot mixed mortars, linseed oil paint and rainwater goods maintenance.
Refurbishment Case Study 3
Wee Causeway, Culross – Insulation to walls and roof
A case study on upgrade work carried out to a detached stone cottage in Culross, Fife.
Refurbishment Case Study 30
Gray House, Errol: Repairing A Mudwall Home
This Refurbishment Case Study describes the works done to repair a mudwall domestic building.
Refurbishment Case Study 31
Harlawhill House, Prestonpans: Interim repair work
This Refurbishment Case Study describes interim repair works to help conserve a building with a complex history of neglect.
Refurbishment Case Study 32
Cruck Cottage, Torthorwald
A case study describing works to a small vernacular building in Torthowald, Dumfries and Galloway.
Refurbishment Case Study 33
St Athernase Church, Leuchars
This case study describes ground works undertaken at a historic graveyard in Leuchars
Refurbishment Case Study 34
Souden Kirk, Southdean Parish
This Refurbishment Case Study describes interim repairs to the roof of Souden Kirk, a historic church in the Scottish Borders, owned by the Local Authority.