New home for LTM Consultancy!
LTM Consultancy, Law’s Close, 341D High Street, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 1JN, U.K.
LTM Consultancy have just moved into their new office at the historic, 16th century Law’s Close in Kirkcaldy, Fife, providing a permanent and more centrally located base. Our recent open evening, which was a great success, invited clients and colleagues, past, present and future to hear about the development of the LTM Group and the role of LTM Consultancy, with guest speakers James Simpson OBE of Simpson & Brown Architects and Una Richards, Director of the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust (SHBT).
James (as always) gave an informative and lively presentation to guests on the fascinating story of Law’s Close; its discovery, historic development and painstaking conservation, from the late16th century painted timber ceilings, through to the fine 17th century decorative plasterwork scheme, timber panelling with its exuberant painted decoration and lime mortar restored facade.
The conservation of Law’s Close was carried out with the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust (SHBT), at the helm, who retained ownership of the property and now lease a number of offices within, including one to LTM Consultancy! Una Richards kindly gave a further presentation to guests on the work of the Trust.
Craig Frew, Technical Consultant for LTM Consultancy remarked “Our new base will ensure that both existing and future clients are best served, providing two office bases (the other being at the group HQ at Castle Fraser, Aberdeenshire) from which to operate. We hope that this move will encourage new clients in the Fife and Central Belt area to use LTM as their preferred Consultants and Contractors.”
LTM Consultancy provide dedicated advice for the repair of our masonry built heritage, both in terms of technical support to LTM’s masonry teams across the country (and their respective clients), and to an increasing portfolio of external clients - including building professionals, local authorities and historic building owners.