Traditional Buildings Health Check is a not-for-profit service. We offer impartial, expert advice to our members on how to care for and repair traditionally-built, older properties within the Stirling City Boundary.
Find out more about Traditional Buildings Health Check and why it is needed.
Who’s eligible to join as a member?
Owners of any building type are eligible as long as their property is of traditional construction – that means it will probably have been built before 1919, has solid masonry walls and uses traditional materials like stone and slate.
It may be your home, business or a public or community building. It doesn’t need to be in a Conservation Area or Listed, but it must be in the Stirling City boundary.
If you’re not sure if your building is eligible please contact us.
Why become a Traditional Buildings Health Check member?
Without preventative maintenance or the right repairs, small problems in older buildings can quickly grow into bigger problems.
Traditional Buildings Health Check offers advice to help you understand your building’s current condition and plan for future maintenance and repair.
Members can access all our subsidised services for their older properties including:
- Inspection service and report to assess the condition of your building
- Small repairs schedule service – to help you get quotes for building repair work
- Year-round impartial, expert advice on repairing and maintaining your building
Members can also apply for grant funding for eligible repairs.
In addition members receive the following benefits:
- Welcome pack with information guides
- Quarterly newsletter with technical advice, maintenance tips and guidance.
- Discount card for The Engine Shed in Stirling – Scotland’s Conservation Centre
- Access to members-only resources on our website
- Events – invites to members-only events, or discounts for external events.
Membership begins from £45 for one year or £80 for two years.
Join Traditional Buildings Health Check today to get access to subsidised services to help you look after your traditional property.