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UK Heritage Development Trusts Programme

R Hollis

UK Heritage Development Trusts Programme

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The Heritage Development Trusts capacity building programme is a new three year, £5 million scheme that is being delivered by the Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) in partnership with The National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF).

The programme aims to create a UK-wide network of financially resilient organisations that revive unused buildings and support regeneration in some of the country’s most deprived places and communities.

The programme will provide funding and capacity building support to between 10 and 13 Heritage Development Trusts operating in locations of need and potential across the UK, who will join the existing group of 7 Heritage Development Trusts in England supported as part of a pilot initiative between 2020-23.

Application deadline: 9am Monday 26 June

Event dates:

Online information sessions

You can sign up for an online briefing session on the following days:

Friday 26 May, 11.00-12.00 

Friday 2 June, 10.00-11.00 

Thurs 8 June, 13.00-14.00 

Wed 14 June, 10.00-11.00 

Application process and timeline

Wed 24 May: Expressions of Interest invited

Mon 26 June (9am): Deadline for submission of Expressions of Interest

Friday 14 July: Full applications invited from selected organisations with potential to operate as Heritage Development Trusts

Friday 15 Sept (9am): Deadline for applications

Friday 15 December: Announcement of successful applicants

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