|Address||16-20 High Street, Fraserburgh, AB43 9AN|
|Property History||Late 19th century. 3-storey ashlar granite finish block of flats, with dormer windows and gablet on top floor. Two shops on ground floor and pend passage to rear.|
|Proposed end use||Remains the same – Retail units on ground floor and flats above.|
|Proposed Timescale||Early 2021|
|Description of Repair Works||Comprehensive works to conserve the exterior, i.e. chimney head repairs; re-slating and renew lead flashings; stone repairs and repointing; overhaul of cast iron rainwater goods; repainting of timberwork including replacement shopfront.|
|Project Officer Recommendation||Repair to all timberwork, a traditional shop signage and new pointing will undoubtedly make a positive contribution to the building frontage and appearance of Fraserburgh Conservation Area.|
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