Banking on the relocation of a veterinary practice

Dec 18, 2020 | Commercial Projects

The right location is vital for any business to thrive and grow. Inglis Vets in Kinross realised it had outgrown its existing premises and needed to relocate to provide the best service to a growing customer base.
After a search of commercial property in the area, the old Clydesdale Bank building on the High Street was identified. With a large interior and plenty of on-street parking, Inglis Vets decided it was the perfect place.
Cat Steps at Inglis Vets

We were engaged to design a new, fit-for-purpose interior for the Grade C listed building. The old bank interior had to be ripped out and remodelled into a modern, efficient veterinary practice.

Our innovative design incorporated four purposefully designed new consultation rooms which could also be used for operations and treatment. The client also appointed us to act as project managers for the refit. This meant we were able manage the entire planning process, ensuring quicker approval for our design.

The new premises were officially opened just four months after work started, ensuring minimum disruption and expense to the business.

Location: Kinross, Perthshire
Building type: Category C listed building
Brief: Converting old premises into the perfect new home for an established veterinary practice
Special Feature: Remodelling an old bank building
Year: 2018
Project duration: 4 months