Historic Property Travels Back to the Future
Friday, July 27th, 2012
on behalf of Direct Savings
Building PR Scotland in Local Press.
As part of the energy efficiency project, West Lothian based Direct Savings worked in conjunction with Historic Scotland who funded the project and the National Trust for Scotland who own the property.
Scotstarvit Cottage was chosen to test how traditional properties can be upgraded to make them more energy efficient with minimal impact on the fabric of the building.
The cottage sits adjacent to Scotstarvit Tower which is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and Category A Listed Building.
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