Work gets underway at Broughty Ferry school conversion
May 15 2015
Tor Homes and Manson Architects are overhauling the A-listed school, a local landmark since its construction in 1911, retaining period features such as vaulted ceilings and cathedral-style windows in the process.
Internally flats will adopt a modern aesthetic with mezzanine levels and glass walls with existing classroom doors re-used to form new double doors in communal corridors.
Paul Millan, director of Tor Homes, said: “We are delighted with the appointment of Hadden Construction and, given their experience of many sensitive refurbishment projects, we now look forward to making good progress with the Eastern Residences development.”
#1 Posted by Anna Mary on 15 May 2015 at 12:15 PM
This looks like such a great scheme to reuse this beautiful building full of local heritage! Do we know the planning reference? I can't find it on the Dundee Council site.
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