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Mavisbank

Funding is currently being sought to partially restore the house to provide a watertight shell. It is intended that the two pavilions will be converted- one to a small holiday let and the other to creative arts workshops with exhibition space.

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Mayfield Terrace

Alterations and extension to a large Victorian villa in south Edinburgh. Works included an extension and sun terrace with new cast iron spiral stair. Internally a new cantilevering oak stair was added providing access to the sun room.

The Melville Monument

Works to the monument included stone repairs, lime pointing to joints, installation of a new lightning conductor, graffiti removal and joinery repairs to the upper door and a new timber panelled door installed at the base.

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Mint Yard, York

This conservation plan was initiated to inform design decisions in the city archives project, which is intended to move the York City Archives to the former York Central Library, now called York Explore. The York Explore building was built at the centre of an area of very great historical significance.

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Moray Place Townhouse

Forming part of the James Gillespie Graham’s Moray Place, the private residence was carefully restored and altered to provide a modern family home based on the original 1822 layout on entrance and principal floors.

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Morgan Academy

The Morgan Academy in Dundee was devastated by fire in 2001. Simpson & Brown was appointed by Dundee City Council to restore the original part of the building.

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