Funding to Help Communities to Give Historic Buildings A New Lease of Life – 10th February 2020 (UK)

Grants of up to £30,000 are available for projects that support people, communities and organisations to take ownership, to repair and to adapt historic buildings and places for new sustainable uses.  The funding is available to cover the costs of developing and co-ordinating a project and take it towards the start of work on site. The grants are for project development costs only and not for on-site capital works.

Priority will be given to:

  • Projects involving historic buildings that have statutory protection (i.e. listed or in a Conservation Area and of acknowledged historic significance) and at risk.
  • Projects that have the potential to make a significant positive social impact, particularly (but not exclusively) in disadvantaged areas such as urban communities experiencing structural economic decline or isolated rural areas with poor access to services

To apply for a grant applicant must be a formally constituted charity or social enterprise whose members have limited liability. This includes:

  • Unincorporated charities (for Project Viability Grants only)
  • Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs)
  • Charitable Companies Limited by Guarantee
  • Charitable Community Benefit Societies
  • Community Benefit Societies
  • Not-for-private-profit Companies Limited by Guarantee
  • Community Interest Companies (CICs) Limited by Guarantee
  • Parish and Town Councils; Community Councils (in Scotland and Wales)

The funding is being made available through the Architectural Heritage Fund Project Development Grant and the next closing date for applications is the 10th February 2020.

Useful Links:

Download Guidance Notes

Download Supporting Document Info

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