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D+S Appointed to Work on House of Dun Historical Park Project

At the tail end of 2019, the National Trust for Scotland announced its plans to re-purpose the House of Dun, an A-listed building first constructed in the 1700’s.

With an investment of over £700,000, the site is set to become a historical park for the people of Angus.

The stables and courtyard area will be redeveloped to accommodate multi-sensory interpretation and costumed story-telling, while the building itself will house the Angus Folk Museum’s collection of historical objects.

Doig+Smith is delighted to be involved in this historic project, having been appointed to work as Cost Consultants.