The South Planning Applications Committee for the Highland Council met on 8 December and granted The Boleskine House Foundation planning permission to enter into its next stage of restoration. The permission granted gives the go-ahead to restore Boleskine House’s external envelope, including roofing the building and installing the very impressive Georgian-style timber sash windows
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The Boleskine House Foundation SCIO is a registered charity with the OSCR with number SC049568. Its aims are educational and according to its constitution include: (a) The restoration and preservation of the Boleskine House estate; and (b) To advance the education of the public in the subject of local Scottish history, with particular emphasis on
We are delighted to announce that the Historic Environment Team of the Highland Council have supported the plans for our conservation-led approach to the rebuild of Boleskine House’s outer shell. Commenting on the proposals publicly, they said: “The proposal is to reinstate the external envelope of Boleskine House, a fire-damaged Listed Building that is at
Under statutory requirements, the accounts of Scottish charities must be externally scrutinised by someone who is independent of the charity. This person reviews the charity’s accounts and produces a report, attached to the charity’s accounts submitted to the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator. These reports highlight any issues to the OSCR should any arise. External scrutiny
The Boleskine House Foundation SCIO is a Scottish charitable organisation, and operates independently of any other organisation. Its aims are educational in nature and as stated in our constitution our purposes include: (a) The restoration and preservation of the Boleskine House estate; and (b) To advance the education of the public in the subject of
By LDN Architects October 2019
We have now set up all media channels to promote our goal to restore Boleskine House and its estate and gardens. Please follow us online to follow the restoration project.