Browse our varied publications, ranging from visitor guides and coffee table books to conservation guidance leaflets and academic reference reports.
A case study describing conservation works to a mid-18th century terraced house.
Trial Church Heating: Radiant Panels and Air Source Heat Pump at Kilmelford Church
A case study of a pilot project on church heating.
Wells O’ Wearie, Edinburgh – Thermal upgrades to walls, roof, floors and glazing
A case study describing upgrades carried out to a single-storey stone cottage.
11 Annat Road, Perthshire
A case study describing work undertaken on a traditional cottage from the interwar period.
Blair Castle, Perthshire
A case study describing the re-instatement of an early micro-hydroelectric plant.
Downie’s Cottage, Braemar
This Refurbishment Case Study describes works to a small vernacular building in a rural location close to the town of Braemar.
Cove Harbour, Berwickshire
A case study describing the masonry repair and consolidation works of the historic harbour of Cove on the Berwickshire coast.
Round Toll House, Pollokshaws, Glasgow
A case study describing the re-slating works and other repairs on the Round Toll House, Pollokshaws, Glasgow.
Haa of Sand, Shetland
A case study describing hot-mixed mortar re-harling and adapting a gable end wall at a property in Shetland.
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.
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.
Lime Pointing and Repair Works to Hobkirk Church, Hawick
A case study to pilot the use of hot mixed mortars and other conservation repairs.