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Lathallan House : Polmont Building
Polmont Development, Scotland – design by Jewitt Arschavir & Wilkie
30 Jul 2009
Glasgow based practice, Jewitt Arschavir & Wilkie Architects, have recently submitted a full Planning Application for a residential development at Lathallan House, Polmont.
Design: Jewitt Arschavir & Wilkie
The conservation project is set to restore Lathallan House, the Category B listed former residence of the Livingstone Family, located 20 minutes outside Edinburgh. The house was built in 1826 and passed down through several owners until its abandonment in 1993. The 12-hectare site also consists of a stable block, walled orchard, gas-house and former country estate.
In order to cross subsidise the restoration of the abandoned house, which will be converted into 9 new flats, a total of 48 additional dwellings are proposed. These include 3 dwellings in the former stables, 17 mews houses, 6 houses around the orchard and 10 new 500m2 private houses scattered throughout the estate. The project is estimated to cost £22million.
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