16.00 – 17.00 Saturday 5th September 2020
Annie Flint is in conversation with local conservation architect Calum McLean and Steven Laing of Laings Traditional Masonry, the firm that has recently repaired Inverness Townhouse. They’ll be covering some of the issues the beautiful ornamentation on Inverness’ stone buildings can give for maintenance, where Inverness building stone came from and some of the issues of working at height.
16.00 – 17.00 Saturday 12th September 2020
John Gilbert will be in conversation with James Roy, an Aberdeen based conservation architect and Roz Artis of the Scottish Lime Centre. They’ll be talking about the Aberdeen style of tenement, innovation and insulation in traditional buildings and how the use of lime can save your building.
16.00 – 17.00 Saturday 26th September 2020
We’ll be asking when you should call in a conservation architect as opposed to a conservation surveyor and we’ll be looking at timber in buildings, including timber windows. Our guests will be David Gibbon of GLM (Surveyors), Jo Parry-Geddes a conservation architect with Mill Architects and Andrew Seatter of Sash and Case Windows.
16.00 – 17.00 Tuesday 15th September 2020
The Glasgow “Talking Tenements” webinar will focus on stone with conservation architect Fiona Sinclair talking to our own John Gilbert and Graeme Frame of CBC Stone.
Recording played on demand throughout the official Doors Open Day weekend of 26th/27th September from midnight Friday to midnight Sunday.
In this webinar, John will be talking to Nick Blair of ZM Architects , a firm which has repaired many tenements in Rothesay and Campbletown recently. They’ll be joined by Gordon Matheson of Mathesons Plumbing and he’ll be showing pictures of leadwork normally only seen from high.
There will be an advance recording of this webinar with CARS owners in Argyll able to pose questions to the expert panel.
Advance recording with Argyll CARS owners - 13th September 16.00 – 17.00
Advance booking is via the Eventbrite links given above is essential and all webinars are free.
There will be second chance for those who can’t make the live webinars as they will be streamed for on demand viewing on the Under One Roof Scotland Youtube Channel. We'll also be answering questions you've emailed in.be sure to sign up for our newsletter on the right hand side of the page as we’ll be showing all the recordings on our YouTube Channel and we’ll include the link to that in our next newsletter.