The Trust continues to search for further projects and remains in constant contact with the local authorities and enterprise agencies throughout Ayrshire.


Kilmarnock
The buildings at 12 Strand Street and 1-3 Dunlop Street were listed category C(s) in August 02 in recognition of their historical importance and their essential contribution to an early part of the Kilmarnock townscape.

The trust has been able to trace a commercial use for the property from about 1820, but it may have been constructed a little earlier. It is the Trust's intention, subject to the agreement of Historic Scotland, to restore the property with the main entrance on the gushet elevation.

NEWS

Burns Monument in Kay Park, Kilmarnock, destroyed by fire, 19 November 2004 more information

Burns Monument, destroyed by fire


Projects

The Feasibility Study Report for the Customs House is complete and has been considered by the Council of Management.

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The Buildings at Risk Register for year 2004 published for Historic Scotland lists properties under threat in Ayrshire and preliminary inspections have been carried out on a number of the listed properties. In addition the Trust remains in constant contact with the local authorities and enterprise agencies throughout Ayrshire and is advised when properties are at risk.

 

View of Kilmarnock Town centre


AAHT is a charity. The objectives and principal activities of the charity continue to be: The protection, preservation and conservation of the built and natural environment in the districts of North, East and South Ayrshire, through active involvement in the acquisition and restoration of buildings and land, and through identifying and developing new, compatible and sustainable uses for such properties

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AAHT
c/o PO Box 26064
KILMARNOCK
KA2 0YG

Tel: 01563 522223
Fax: 01563 539721

eMail: info@aaht.org
Web: www.aaht.org

   

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