Resilient Heritage

These resources came from LHBT’s own Resilient Heritage project. The aim of the Resilient Heritage project was to undertake work that would help strengthen our organisation and bring our experience of working with Heritage at Risk to a wider audience. More information about the project can be found on the Resilient Heritage project page.

This training was delivered in Spring 2019 and was made possible by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
With support and input from Paul Latham from The Regeneration Practice and heritage consultant Daniel Rose. 

The National Lottery Heritage Fund Resilient Heritage Programme was incredibly important for our organisation and has shaped our current work and operations.  Since our own Project, the Heritage Fund’s Resilient Heritage Programme has become part of their main grants programme.  If your organisation is thinking about undertaking a similar project, please get in touch and we’d be happy to share our own experiences – info@londonhistoricbuildings.org.uk

RESOURCES

Presentation: Conservation vs Sustainability

Paul Latham, who has decades of experience as a skilled conservation architect and has successfully led several of our previous projects, explained the factors he considers important when developing a sympathetic, yet sustainable re-use scheme. For more information see the workshop presentation.

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Presentation: Asset Transfer and Partnerships

Daniel Rose took attendees through the asset transfer process and outlined the opportunities that exist for interested groups in London and elsewhere, and the significant role of partnerships in the process. For more information see the workshop presentation.

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Presentation: Fundraising for Historic Buildings

Alice Yates provided tips for securing funds from private sources, including trusts and foundations and private donors. For more information see the workshop presentation.

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Presentation: Feasibility Study or Options Appraisal?

Alice Yates and Daniel Rose (for the Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF)), helped participants understand which study was most appropriate, how to write a brief, how to secure AHF funding, and guided them through the interview process. For more information see the workshop presentation.

Download the PDF here

News

LHBT Seeking Heritage at Risk Research Volunteer

The Trust is seeking an experienced research volunteer to support and grow our operations.  Being able to post regular, interesting, relevant and timely posts about architectural, cultural and social histories is key to expanding the Trust’s social

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