Groves-Raines Architects

Brough Lodge

Conservation

Brough Lodge, Fetlar, is undergoing a three-phased restoration project, orchestrated by the Brough Lodge Trust. Built in 1825, this highly unusual category A-listed gothic mansion has lain empty and unused in a very exposed environment since the 1980’s and has a great many conservation needs. The aim is to restore and creatively re-use the historic building as a mixed-use commercial venue, focusing on hosting short courses and activities involving the arts and environmental themes. Brough Lodge will benefit the local community by maximising the potential for development of the tourist market, expanding knowledge and understanding of Fetlar’s cultural background and creating new jobs and economic diversification: essential to the island’s long-term survival and future development.

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