Examples of Projects in Banff
The restoration of significant historic properties within the Conservation Area in poor structural condition was a key priority of the Banff THI. In addition to this, the redevelopment of a gap site was further objective, subsequently delivered. Fifty-nine small grants were awarded and complementary projects including delivering training schemes in tradition building skills and historic materials completed the scheme plan. The Banff THI, by necessity, changed a little over time, but essentially delivered its objectives through challenging times. It delivered a legacy of conserved and redeveloped built heritage enhancing the quality of the Banff Conservation Area.
Conversion of existing derelict townhouse into 2 dwellings.
A “Gap Site” into which it is proposed to build 3 new flats.
A category B Listed building which had its slate roof restored and original timber windows repaired.
Conversion of deteriorating disused granary into a flatted courtyard development containing 9 one, two and three bedroom flats.
Conversion of a historic former stable block into a cafe and community venue. This project achieved completion in the Autumn of 2012. It now offers an additional community venue and will open to the general public on a regular basis from Easter 2013.
Restoration of the Market Cross