Traditional buildings health check - pilot project review
The pilot aimed to change the behaviour of Scottish building owners by supporting them to take a more proactive approach to inspecting, maintaining and repairing their buildings. The pilot was designed and delivered by Stirling City Heritage Trust.
Download the Traditional Buildings Health Check Review.
For more background see Building Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS).
Related articles on Designing Buildings Wiki
- Energy efficiency of traditional buildings.
- Historic England.
- IHBC articles.
- Methodology for moisture investigations in traditional buildings.
- Preparing traditional buildings for climate change.
- Retrofit and traditional approaches to comfort.
- The Each Home Counts report and traditional buildings.
- The Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
- Thermography for traditional buildings.
- Types of building.
- Vernacular architecture.
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