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Scottish Agricultural College progress Auchincruvie masterplan

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October 25 2011

Scottish Agricultural College progress Auchincruvie masterplan
The Scottish Agricultural College has placed its Oswald House building at Auchincruvie estate, near Ayr, on the market for offers over £1m following the College’s decision to relocate to its Ayr riverside campus.

A masterplan envisaging construction of a new village of up to 495 homes on surplus elements of the surrounding estate have already been approved in principle by South Ayrshire Council.

It would see 60,000sq/ft of business and research space, a golf course and equestrian centre built on 38 acres of land around the property in conjunction with AWG Property.

The house itself would likely be transformed into a new luxury hotel and wedding centre.

Oswald House, constructed in 1767 by Robert Oswald, features Robert Adam interiors and is Grade A listed.
Principal rooms have been designed by Robert Adam
Principal rooms have been designed by Robert Adam
Woodland copses, an ornamental garden and an arboretum will be retained
Woodland copses, an ornamental garden and an arboretum will be retained

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