|Address||22-30 High Street, Fraserburgh, AB43 9AE|
|Property History||Late 19th century. Traditional rubble finish block of terraced houses, with dormer windows and parapet on top floor. Two shops on ground floor and pend passage to rear, with flats above over 3 additional storeys.|
|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; re-siting of satellite dish; repainting of timberwork and metalwork including shopfront. Instatement of pend iron gates.|
|Proposed end use||Remains the same – Retail units on ground floor and flats above.|
|Timescale||September -November 2020|
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