|Client:||Fife Council (FHBT)|
|Dates:||January 2017-November 2017|
The project is part of the wider Cupar CARS (Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme) and comprised major fabric repairs to the building including replacement stone, slate roofs, lead covered bell tower and paint removal from façade. Internally the building was converted from previous use of council offices and chamber room to a 2 bedroom holiday let with en-suite bathrooms and kitchen/living area. This project was part funded by Historic Environment Scotland and Heritage Lottery Fund through Fife Historic Buildings Trust (FHBT) and brings the formerly disused Grade B back into the public domain and has also been removed from the Buildings at Risk register.
The work is now complete and the transformation of the external appearance of the property can be seen in the before and after pictures.