Archive for: September, 2019

Aberdeen Heritage Trust Autumn Lectures 2019

Aberdeen City Heritage Trust is pleased to present its inaugural series of Heritage Lectures in association with the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and the Built Environment. Download the flyer here. In developing well-considered projects it is essential to appreciate the context and underlying principles of a design. Aberdeen Heritage Lectures provide an excellent opportunity…

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NESPT Update – Autumn 2019

Follow the link below for the latest updates from the North East Scotland Preservation Trust. https://mailchi.mp/69724f682898/nespt-update-autumn-2019?e=6a936633f5 Items include:– Tullich church and carved historic stones – The former John Trail Bookshop building, Fraserburgh– A Talk! A Walk! A Cork! – Friends of Miss Elyza Fraser Mausoleum fundraising event– Notice of NESPT AGM– Heritage Trust Network event…

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Tour of Miss Elyza Fraser’s Mausoleum

6.15pm for 6.30pm Wednesday 25th September 2019Cluny Church, Cluny, AB51 7RS Tour of Miss Elyza Fraser’s Mausoleum in Cluny Churchyard With Dave Chouman, Conservation Architect On behalf of the North East of Scotland Preservation Trust The tour will also include a talk by William Paton MA, MPhil on James Byres Esq. – 1750s Jacobite, Architect…

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RIAS Position on Climate Emergency

“The RIAS environmental mission statement “Maximum Architectural Value. Minimum Environmental Harm“- already exists and can no longer be ignored. The Incorporation acknowledges that there is a climate emergency, that construction in Scotland is responsible for producing a significant and unacceptable amount of pollution and CO2 and affirm that its members will actively work to reduce this.…

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Niall Murphy Talk on the Work of Sir John James Burnet FRSE FRIBA RSA RA (1857 – 1938)

Following the recent successful completion of essential repair works to the Category A Listed Gardner Memorial Church in Brechin (1896 – 1900), principally funded through the Grants for Places of Worship scheme previously administered and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic Environment Scotland, the Church has arranged for Niall Murphy, Deputy Director of…

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