The £1 million refurbishment of Peterhead Sheriff Court is now complete.
After more than a year shrouded in scaffolding, the building has been revealed once more.
The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) has overseen the repair of the roof and the replacement of external cladding panels on the building’s extension.
Peterhead sheriff clerk Tracey McDonald said: “The community have been very patient waiting for these works to be completed and can now see a difference in the building.
“These works allow us to continue to provide an excellent service to our customers in pleasant surroundings that are fit for purpose.
“They also improve the look of the building and will contribute to the aesthetics of the town.”
SCTS director of property and services, David Currie, added: “This substantial investment in Peterhead Sheriff and JP Court demonstrates our long term commitment to providing excellent court facilities in the town.”
Clark Contracts carried out the refurbishment and, in addition to the work on the roof and the extension, they also delivered improvements to the car park, soft landscaping, gates and fencing.
Director of the company, Michael Scanlan, said “It has been fantastic to be involved in this project to provide improved facilities and enhance the overall appearance of the building.”