• OUr First Completed Shopfront

1-7 Frithside Street

Address1-7 Frithside Street, Fraserburgh, AB43 9AR
Property History Early 19th century (perhaps earlier?). Fine town corner building, 2½-storey with shop on ground floor and dormer windows on top. Main façade finished with harling and fine stonework on the round corner with Shore St.
Eligible WorksComprehensive works to conserve the exterior; repairs to slate roof, ridging, skylight, dormers and leadwork; replacement sash and case windows and door; repainting of timberwork; repairs to cast iron goods; repointing of stonework and re-rendering; renewal of rear, renewal of rear flat roof, repairs to fascia sign and brackets, shopfront glazing.
Proposed end useRemains the same – Ground floor shop (with flat above)
Proposed TimescaleNovember- December 2020 (weather & C19 permitting)
Description of Repair WorksComprehensive works to conserve the exterior; repairs to slate roof, ridging, skylight, dormers and leadwork; replacement sash and case windows and door; repainting of timberwork; repairs to cast iron goods; repointing of stonework and re-rendering; renewal of rear, renewal of rear flat roof, repairs to fascia sign and brackets, shopfront glazing and professional fees.
Drawings
ArchitectNick Brown
ContractorRicky Ross
Fraserburgh CARS  Project Officer RecommendationNew sash and case windows, traditional shop signage along with a traditional lime base harling will undoubtedly make a positive impact to the building frontage and appearance of Fraserburgh Conservation Area.
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