Architectural Heritage Fund: Project Development Grant

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Architectural Heritage Fund’s Project Development Grant (PDG) scheme is intended to assist an organisation to cover some of the costs of developing and co-ordinating a project that is essential for taking your project forward towards the goal of revitalising an historic building.

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

  • Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs)
  • Charitable Companies Limited by Guarantee
  • Not for private profit Companies Limited by Guarantee
  • Community Interest Companies (CICs) Limited by Guarantee
  • Community Benefit Societies
  • Parish and Town Councils

Grants of up to £25,000 can be applied for and are for project development costs only, not for onsite capital works.

Deadline: If you are applying for up to £5,000 you can apply at any time and you will get a decision within six weeks.

Decisions on applications for over £5,000 are made by Architectural Heritage Fund’s Trustees at their quarterly Council meetings. Dates of meetings and deadlines for 2018 applications (six weeks before the relevant meeting) are as follow:

  • 5pm on 16 February for 28 March Grants Panel meeting
  • 5pm on 11 May for 20 June Grants Panel meeting
  • 5pm on 24 August for 26 September Grants Panel meeting
  • 5pm on 2 November for 13 December Grants Panel meeting

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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