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Blyth Battery

Simpson & Brown undertook the full restoration of this exceptional example of a complete First World War coastal defence battery within an environmentally sensitive coastal site in Northumberland.

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Elvaston Castle Country Park

Simpson & Brown was engaged to identify and report on the quantity and costs of essential repairs to the historic buildings, structures and landscape elements of the 200 acres Elvaston Castle Estate, near Derby.

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Living North Pennines

Living North Pennines is a Heritage Lottery and English Heritage funded project improving access and protecting at risk buildings and structures at five sites, across the North Pennines. The project was carried out in three phases over a period of four years.

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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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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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Old College Quad

A major landscaping project at Edinburgh University completed the W H Playfair scheme of the early 19th century. The works revealed centuries of archaeology, including a medieval burial ground, a 17th century courtyard and an 18th century chemistry store.

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