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Blairgowrie Visitor Centre, Perthshire

River Ericht Visitor Centre in Blairgowrie design by 7N Architects, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

1 Apr 2010

New Blairgowrie Building

Design: 7N Architects

River Ericht Visitor Centre

7N Architects have received detailed planning consent for a new visitor centre in Blairgowrie for the Blairgowrie and Rattray Regeneration Company (BARRC).

The new building, which will be built on the remains of a former mill on the banks of the River Ericht, will be the focus of the initial stage of BARRC’s town centre regeneration initiative creating a showcase for natural energy, the ecology of the river and local producers. The building will provide 350sq.m of flexible exhibition, cafe and retail space to draw passing visitors to dwell in the town and provide a multi-purpose resource for the local community.

River Ericht Visitor Centre Blairgowrie Building
image from architects

The project, which is funded by the Scottish Government’s Town Centre Regeneration Fund, is planned to start on site in July 2010 with completion targeted for Spring 2011.

Ewan Anderson of 7N Architects said “It’s rare to be involved in a project which has been created from such a passionate community initiative. We’re delighted that it can now move forward to become a reality for them.

Visitor Centre Blairgowrie – Building Information

River Ericht Visitor Centre Project Team:
Client: Blairgowrie and Rattray Regeneration Company (BARRC)
Architect: 7N Architects
Structure/M&E: Buro Happold
Cost Consultant: Ralph Ogg and Partners
Transportation: SiAS
Image: 7N Architects

Blairgowrie Visitor Centre Building image / information from 7N Architects

7N Architects, based in Edinburgh, Southeast Scotland

Location: Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland, UK, north western Europe

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