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20th Century Planning

This lecture will cover modern town planning movement, international styles of architecture and modern materials.

Stone Repair and Conservation

A discussion of how to assess repair requirements.

Heavy Metal Weekend: Walking Tour

Join a walking tour of Stirling as we explore the built heritage around us.

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Scottish Architectural Ironwork

This event will delve into the history of Scottish ironwork and its conservation.

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Developing a Conservation Project

This seminar will explore the approach and business case to develop a conservation project.

Exterior view of The Engine Shed

Heavy Metal Weekend

We invite you to join our Mötley Crüe at the Engine Shed for a weekend of ‘heavy metal’ at its best.

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Walking Tours

Find out all about Stirling’s incredible past on this one and a half hour walking tour from the Engine Shed to the castle.

Designations and Policy Guidance

An overview of legislation and policy regarding designated sites and objects.

Conservation Plans and Statements

The importance of assessing and understanding the cultural significance of an historic site.

Sustainability and Climate Change

The general principles of sustainability and the real and potential effects of climate change on Scotland’s built environment.

A plastic bucket filled with traditional lime mortar.

Mortars: Origins and Scottish Traditions

The historic background, sources and practices in the application of a range of traditional mortars.

A yellow traditionally harled wall.

Plasters, Renders and Harling

An overview of the traditional materials used.