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 riverside setting. Although exceedingly popular for band concerts in the 1950s to outdoor gigs in the 1990's, the bandstand fell into disuse in recent years.

- Caladh - We designed and manged the renovation of the Boathouse structures for a private client near Tignhabruich, Argyll.

- Meikleour stair & Balcony. We have refurbishing parts of 'Grade B listed' Meikleour House, Meikleour Estate, Perthshire.

- Blair House. Alterations were carried out at Blair House and a refurbishment of Blair Stables, Blair Estate, Ayrshire,

- Eldersie Estate. MIG dealt with a reinstatement of numerous properties for Elderslie Estate in Renfrewshire for Cluttons Estates.

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We have been involved with many Listed Buildings in Scotland. We have an extensive understanding of the challenges relating to conservation issues. If you are considering buying a listed building, need need help with listed building conservation or preparing to submit an application for conservation planning, we can work on your behalf to ensure that Local Authority Conservation department requirements are met in full.Our approach will ensure that your project’s unique issues are considered alongside the need to deliver in terms of aesthetics, quality and sustainability.

- Kelvingrove Bandstand. MIG created visualisation for the Friend of Kelvingrove Park of the wellknown bandstand at Kelvingrove Park.Once a common feature, traditional bandstands are now increasingly scarce in the UK's parks. Kelvingrove's bandstand dates from 1924-5. Possibly designed by James Miller, or designed in-house by the City Parks Department the bandstand is unusual for its amphitheatre seating and its picturesque

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