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Doors of selected properties will be thrown open on Saturday 8 September 2018 for the annual celebration of Aberdeen's architectural heritage.
Aberdeen is set to benefit from over £900,000 of investment for heritage-led regeneration projects.
Is Your House in Order for Winter?
Location: Town and County Hall, Townhouse, Aberdeen
Date: Wednesday 22 November 2017
Start time: Registration and refreshments from 7.00pm, lecture 7.30pm
Booking: Free event but booking is essential via Eventbrite or call 01224-522755
Find out more about the history of Aberdeen's Granite Mile and Castlegate in three guided architectural walks.
Aberdeen's Union Street has been awarded £1.2m by Historic Environment Scotland as part of its Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS) Initiative.
Remedying Traditional Building Deterioration
Location: Carmelite Hotel, Stirling Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6JU
Date: Thursday 16 March 2017
Start time: Registration from 7.00pm Start 7.30pm
Booking: Free event but booking is essential via Eventbrite or call 01224 522755
Two hundred primary school pupils were challenged to design shop fronts which would attract a customer base in Aberdeen.
The fortunes of properties in Belmont Street, Exchange Street, Huntly Street, Marischal Street and Upperkirkgate have been given a major boost and are benefiting from some of the Trust's £500,000 Historic Area Regeneration funds.
Details of Aberdeen Doors Open Day on 12 September 2015 have been released.
Saturday 12 September is the date of this year's Doors Open day in Aberdeen.
For the next three years, building owners in Union Street will be able to apply for some of a £500,000 building repair fund.
A property, which appears on Scotland's Building at Risk Register, has now been brought back into use by Langstane Housing Association.
A five-year project has restored the classical elegance of a historic Aberdeen warehouse.
The Trust is making a last call for applications for funding for the period ending 31 March 2015.
Aberdeen City Heritage Trust has received a donation of £1,200 from the Royal Northern and University Club in Aberdeen.
Historic Scotland and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland are merging.
How do you insulate an old building? What about double glazing? What about climate change and its impact on old buildings? These and other topics were covered at November 2014's National Maintenance Week event.
Find out more about looking after your traditional property by coming along to a training day on Saturday 22 November 2014. National and local specialists will talk about common maintenance issues and there will be a chance to ask questions about your property in specialist surgeries.
Forty properties are open as part of an annual celebration of Aberdeen's architecture
Forty properties in Aberdeen will open their doors on Saturday 13 September 2014 including the new Aquatics Centre
Aberdeen City Heritage Trust has offered support of £7,500 towards feasiblity study work being carried out by the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust to identify a new use for the Grey Mill at Broadford Works.
A guided architectural walk in the West End led by the Trust highlighted Aberdeen's Edinburgh connection.
The controversial expansion of Aberdeen Art Gallery was the subject of Aberdeen City Heritage Trust's Annual Lecture 2014
Aberdeen City Heritage Trust supports production of children's teaching materials by Aberdeen Urban Studies Trust.
Traditional Shopfronts in Aberdeen, Douglas Campbell, Aberdeen City Heritage Trust.
Grant cash to the tune of £400,000 is on offer to repair historic buildings in Aberdeen.
A morning of free repair advice will be available as part of National Maintenance Week in November 2013 in Aberdeen.
The Trust is supporting repairs to an unusual set of sliding sash windows which contain a NAP Patent Opening System.
Another successful Doors Open Day in Aberdeen saw 32 properties open their doors to the inquisitive on 14 September 2013.
Aberdeen City Council has initiated a programme of Conservation Area Appraisals.
The Scottish Government’s Historic Environment Strategy consultation took place during Summer 2013.
Thirty one people, including tourists from Halifax Nova Scotia, turned up to take advantage of a guided tour through the streets of Aberdeen from Castlegate to Golden Square as part of Aberdeen’s 3rd Granite Festival.