Robin Kent Architecture & Conservation
Mill after conversionDunans Castle, Argyll, has 18th and 19th century buildings and gardens. Our conservation plan will provide a basis for restoration, urgently needed after a devastating fire in 2001.We have carried out three quinquennial inspections and advised on a number of maintenance issues at this James Payne mansion completed in 1756, providing a long-term perspective on its maintenance needs.Alnmouth is one of many conservation areas we have analysed for local councils.Our record drawings of Brizlee Tower (Robert Adam, 1781), and conservation statement, provided the understanding needed for a full scheme of repair and restoration.Teampull na Trionaid (Trinity Church), North Uist, is the most important ecclesiastical ruin in the Hebrides. Following a comprehensive conservation project, it is now open to visitors.
Conversion - 17th century watermill to house
Restoration -Dunans Castle, Argyll
Quinquennial reports -budgeting for repairs
Conservation area appraisal and guidance -Alnmouth
Historic building recording -Brizlee Tower (Robert Adam, 1781)
Ruin conservation: Teampull na Trionaid, North Uist



We are architects and historians who specialise in the conservation and use of historic buildings and new design in historic contexts.

In addition to full architectural design from inception to completion, our services include architectural historical research, the preparation of conservation plans and statements, condition reports and defects investigations, building recording, conservation area appraisals and training. We can help with maintenance planning, obtaining grants and devising economically sustainable uses for architectural heritage assets.

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