Skip to main content
Close Menu Open Menu

Tour of Stirling Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme

08 June 2023 at 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM / Scotland / Central Scotland / Updates

08 June 2023 at 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
The Burgh Coffeehouse, 4 King St, Stirling FK8 1AY
Price from
RTPI Central Scotland | [email protected]

The Stirling Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme is a £3.1 million project funded by Historic Environment Scotland and Stirling Council. This guided tour, led by Alex Collins – Project Officer, will visit the two main project sites – Stirling Arcade, Kings Street/Murray Place and Cowanes House, St.Mary’s Wynd, between which lies a number of associated public realm, building repair and shop front improvement projects. 

The tour will also provide information  and opportunities for discussion on a range of issues, including logistics for making a CARS bid, project assessment and funding distribution criteria, consenting processes and project implementation issues.

Attendees will be limited to 15 so ensure you book early. Hard hat may be required to access Stirling Arcade project.

Further information available here.

Meet at the Burgh Coffee House, 4 King Street, Stirling, FK8 1AY

We are meeting one of the building owners at 6.00 pm at the Stirling Arcade, so if you would like refreshments please head to the Burgh Coffee House from  5.15 onwards.

On-street parking on adjacent streets Train and bus stations c. 5 min walk. Hot-cold drinks and cakes available at the Coffee House


Core CPD Framework:


By attending this event you can:

  • Gain an overview of project management, selection and finance associated with the regeneration of built heritage;
  • Understand the design, structural and building material considerations in a Heritage Environment;
  • See how best to ensure character and appearance of the Conservation Area is preserved and enhanced whilst maximising effective use of project funding;
  • View built heritage management and improvement and the benefits and limitations of intervention via grant assisted regeneration schemes;
  • Understand more about site specific structural design and materials issues.