by Ian Yuill on 19 June, 2019
Earlier today (19th June), following a request I made to the council’s Chief Executive, I was shown around the inside of Provost Skene’s House.
I was last shown around the inside of Provost Skene’s House in late 2017 and there seems to be no sign of any deterioration since then. I am of course neither a surveyor or an architect.
The council staff who showed me around told me that the conditions inside Provost Skene’s House are carefully controlled and monitored. They also said there was absolutely no evidence of any movement or cracking following the construction of Marischal Square.
I was told that an asbestos survey has now been carried out and that only three small areas of asbestos had been found. The ceiling of the painted gallery, which was still visible when I last visited, now has a protective covering.
Below are photos I took during my visit.2 Comments