A sad wall waiting for a conservation architect

Ready for the Big Reveal ?

A pair of x-ray eyes would be ideal for a building survey. It would reveal all sorts of strange and wonderful things. I always enjoy the opening up of building fabric, its the first step to making your building happy again !

The Architecture of Inverness book cover

Celebrating the Architecture of Inverness

After months of corrections and adjustments, we finally have a book ready for printing. We have all the funding in place. But we are caught in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.!

Proposed talks, exhibitions and launch events are all on hold !

The Hidden Cost of Free Advice

The Hidden Cost of Free Advice.

In this day and age, we are all familiar with the sales techniques that are used by cold callers, advertisers and criminals to get us to part with our money. We are constantly bombarded with sales messages.

I always find it surprise that in this day and age, people are so willing to accept a sales pitch at face value when it involves their property.

Simple maintenance tasks

Five home activities for self-isolators

Many of us lead busy lives and finding time to carry out regular maintenance on our properties is a challenge. If you are self-isolating at home, you may find yourself with time on your hands. Why not use this as an opportunity, particularly as the weather is improving, to give your home some TLC. Here are five simple activities that you could do, which will save you money and protect your property.