July 3, 2017
The FM Group have recently received a lot of Press coverage for their development investments to breath new live into some of Scotland’s historic buildings.
Here are just a few of the press articles covering this story.
Huge investment helps transform historic buildings
Property developers, FM Group, well known for breathing new life into listed buildings, has recently invested £10 million into two historic landmarks.
The 19th century Ury House in Aberdeenshire, which had fallen into ruin, is now wind and water tight following extensive restoration and on-track to become a luxury boutique hotel and spa.
Meanwhile, Dalnair Castle on the edge of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is being sympathetically transformed into an exclusive residential development of 10 luxury apartments. The extensive work included removing all dry rot inside the building, installing new floors throughout and refurbishing the roof and external stonework.
The property developers have also recently lodged planning applications which include the regeneration and protection of Class B and C heritage buildings on the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site in Montrose and the Grade B listed Cathcart House, formerly the HQ of Scottish Power, on the south side of Glasgow.
FM Group has signed a contract with ICMI to operate the boutique hotel at Ury once completed. Their portfolio includes the Cromlix Hotel in Perthshire and Inverlochy Hotel in Fort William. Ury Castle Hotel will be the focal point for the Ury golf development which includes a Jack Nicklaus signature golf course.
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