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Conserving Scotland's Retail Buildings Seminar - 22nd September 2008


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Seminar proceedings are available for download.

This seminar was organised by Technical Conservation Group, Historic Scotland to bring together expertise from Scotland, England and Ireland involved in the conservation of historic retail buildings.  Delegates were from a variety of backgrounds including architects, planners, conservation officers and other conservation professionals.

Seminar Proceedings

PDF icon 1. Introduction [pdf, 174kb]
PDF icon 2. Researching Scotland's Retail Buildings - Lindsay Lennie [pdf, 460kb]
PDF icon 3. Timber Shop Frontages and their Details - Paul Beaton [pdf, 522kb]
PDF icon 4. Use of Ceramic Tiles in Shops - Tony Herbert [pdf, 882kb]
PDF icon 5. Shopfront Design and Construction, the Use of Iron and Other Metals - Ali Davey [pdf, 678kb]
PDF icon 6. Protecting the Legacy - Debbie Mays [pdf, 761kb]
PDF icon 7. Shop in Lawnmarket - Ian Riddell [pdf, 669kb]
PDF icon 8. Big Picture, Small Details - Ross Hunter [pdf, 209kb]
PDF icon 9. The Role of Design and Shop Frontages in Urban Design - Liz Davidson [pdf, 692kb]
PDF icon 10. Maintaining Local Shop Identity - Mark Douglas [pdf, 744kb]





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