Stirling Station roof refurbishment

Stirling Station roof refurbishment

Grade A listed Stirling station is benefitting from a further phase of investment to refurbish the slated roofs of the station's buildings.


We understand that you will have many questions about the refurbishment of the station roof and we have tried to answer them below.

If the answer to your query is not below, please use our contact form to share your question with the project team and they will come back to you.

  • What are you doing.

    We are refurbishing the non-glass sections of Stirling station roof.

    It is an investment worth £3m in the station which will see the refurbishment of all slate roofs, flat roofs, roof-lights, stone chimneys and parapets and all guttering and drainpipes on both the main station building and platform 3 and 6 buildings.

  • Why are you doing this.

    To safeguard the listed station buildings and help ensure their structural safety for years to come.

    Making the roof water-tight, and fixing the guttering and drainage, will also help protect the buildings from ongoing deterioration stemming from the ageing roofs and the impact of the Scottish weather.

  • How does this effect the station's listed status.

    The work will be undertaken using materials that match the original as closely as practically possible. We will deliver a sympathetic and traditional solution in keeping with the station’s grade A listed status.

  • When will the work be done.

    Work will be delivered over a ten month period in a phased programme. This is to minimise disruption to station users.

    Work will be mainly daytime but we will need to work Saturday night shifts.

    The project will be delivered during February and December 2021.