The story behind the regeneration project
Hear from Carol Clapperton about our mentoring programme
Now embraced within Anfield’s £260M ASRF we will build a Visitor Heritage Centre in Anfield’s Grade II* cemetery
The Murgatroyd’s Brine Pump and shaft is possibly the last of its kind in this country and probably in Europe.
Market Arcade has been left to rot by local council and the landlords that own the properties. We want to save it!
The finest remaining group of coal mining buildings in Wales.
Congleton Town Museum Group is looking to move their archives to Bradshaw House, a Grade II listed Georgian Mansion.
Courthouse and prison (1824). Theatre since 1984. Regenerating as a community venue, creation centre and heritage site.
Working to protect these historic buildings and transform them into a multi-use hub for the community & small businesses
Reuse of the abandoned Court Building for community use.
Proposed re-use of a range of semi-derelict B listed mill buildings on banks of River Tay
The Half Time School has been part of a Long Saga which started in 1997 and we want to save it before its too late.
House Mill, a Grade I listed 18th century tidal mill in Three Mill Lane
The William Salt Library Trust looks after the collection of William Salt located in a Grade II Georgian town house.
Reimagining the former Brymbo Iron and Steel Works in North Wales as visitor attraction, learning and commercial hub
Close to Halstead High Street, in an area of woodland and wetland, lies a group of 16 WW2 air raid shelters.
The Winter Gardens, grade II* vacant and deteriorating, a partnership between great Yarmouth Borough and Great Yarmouth
Friends of Craighouse are working on a community buy-out of the Craighouse estate.
Toynbee Hall was created in 1884 as a public place for future leaders to live/work as volunteers in London’s East End.
To acquire and/or support the sustained development and business of the pier in conjunction with the local community.
Magnificent industrial site saved and developed into apartments and business space.
Nineteenth century building, built in the memory of Josiah Wedgwood, with a fantastic detailed facade.