Bell Ingram Restores Monument and Builds Walls in Media
Monday, May 26th, 2014
on behalf of Bell Ingram
The Airlie Monument – situated on Tulloch Hill on the lower reaches of Glen Clova and Glen Prosen at Cortachy north of Kirriemuir – was erected in memory of the 9th Earl of Airlie, who was killed in the Boer War in 1900.
Despite previous roof repairs, the building is not wind or water tight and significant water penetration is now evident within the building.
The proposal by Bell Ingram would once again allow the building to be used for both recreational and educational purposes. The small room below the signal tower would be used as a display and interpretation centre which would seek to increase public knowledge of the Boer War.
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