Phantassie Steading, East Linton

Ian Parsons Architect

Conservation and redevelopment of a major steading to form a Heritage and retail visitor centre 26 miles South East of Edinburgh in East Linton, access from the A1 is from junctions at Haddington and Dunbar. The steading, circa 1840, is 100 metres square around a series of open Cattle Courts. The buildings form a range of single, 11/2 and 2 storey spaces required to over-winter cattle and horses, mill and store grain. The design conserves the stone perimeter buildings with one new roof over the internal courtyards, not visible from the exterior. Careful planning ensures that minimal alterations are required to the historic structures. Project architects were Baxter Clark and Paul.

Location

Phantassie Steading
EAST LINTON
United Kingdom

Contact

Ian Parsons
Conservation Architect
info@ianparsonsarchitect.co.uk

Client

Phantassie Heritage LLP-Vivian Linacre Estates and Rennie Meikle Ltd

Completed

N.A.

Size

6,800

Contract Value

Budget Costing: £7m

Categories

  • Arts
  • Commercial
  • Conservation
  • Education
  • Historic
  • Public
  • Retail