We give grants towards the repair and conservation of listed buildings, scheduled monuments and registered parks and gardens. This includes project development actions which enable repair or improved future management. We focus our grants on those sites which are most in need of repair and where, without our grant, a project would not be able to go ahead.
Your project can be focused on any aspect of Scotland’s historic environment, from the tangible (e.g. historic buildings, ancient monuments and archaeology, designed or cultural landscapes and historic gardens and battlefields) to the intangible (e.g. historic environment skills, stories and traditions).
You can apply for funding for a project with one or several different component activities. There are no restrictions on how many activities you can apply for, but they must all clearly link to the same main project. If your project does contain different activities and your application is successful, it will not always be the case that we would support all of these, as some may not meet the programme criteria or our priorities.
Using money raised by the National Lottery, the National Lottery Heritage Fund inspires, leads, and resources the UK’s heritage to create positive and lasting change for people and communities, now and for the future.
This is an area-based funding programme that aims to contribute to the development of vibrant and sustainable places in Scotland, through community-led regeneration of the historic environment. Where the lead applicant is a not-for-profit organisation based in Scotland, they will need to demonstrate that they have a track-record of successfully managing a similar type of work and level of funding and will need to enter into a Joint Delivery Agreement with the relevant local authority or national park authority to develop and deliver the scheme.
The Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2024 (BHIS) is for the repair and conservation of structures that are protected under the Planning and Development Acts. This Scheme aims to support a significant number of labour-intensive, small-scale conservation projects across the country and to support the employment of skilled and experienced conservation professionals, craftspeople and tradespersons in the repair of the historic built environment. Grants of between €2,500 and €15,000 are available.
The Historic Structures Fund 2024 (HSF) is for conservation works to heritage structures, in both private and public ownership. The primary focus of the Historic Structures Fund is on conservation and enhancement of historic structures and buildings for the benefit of communities and the public. Grants of between €15,000 and €50,000 are available under Stream 1, and of between €50,000 and €200,000 under Stream 2.
Each year, several thousand buildings and movable objects protected as historic monuments (MH) are the subject of studies and maintenance, repair, restoration or security work. Owners of buildings or movable objects classified or registered as historic monuments can, under certain conditions, benefit from subsidies for these studies and works.
The Local Heritage and Tourism program supports public, associative or private projects for the restoration, preservation or rescue of buildings or assets of heritage interest , of interest for local tourism and the enhancement of the architectural, cultural or historical heritage of territories. Do you have a project to restore a heritage property? All owners, whether public, associative or private, can apply and benefit from the program.
The Federal Monuments Office can grant funding for restoration work, monument-specific measures, preliminary investigations as well as for work and measures in the sense of historic structure preservation. Owners of historic structures receive free and independent advice from our experts at any time, which can save additional costs during renovations.
Making cultural monuments more accessible to the general public – that is the goal of the funding program, which focuses on sustainable tourism. As the owner of an historical building, you can apply for a grant of between 20,000 and 50,000 euros. This financial support is intended to make it possible to (partially) renovate the buildings in accordance with listed buildings and to ensure sensible usage concepts for cultural tourism overnight accommodations. In addition, the income to be generated should contribute to financing the preservation of the respective monument.
IFRRU 2020 supports energy efficiency measures complementary to urban rehabilitation interventions. The renovated buildings can be used for any purpose, such as housing, economic activities and equipment for collective use. Loans will support the overall rehabilitation of buildings aged 30 years or more and rehabilitation of abandoned industrial spaces or units.
This subsidy can be used for national monuments, provincial monuments, regional monuments, and buildings of cultural or historical significance. The subsidy can be used for emergency measures to prevent decay of the structure, or it can be used for research to find a new designation of buildings that cannot easily be repurposed. This includes churches, schools or industrial complexes.
You are the (prospective) owner of a historic structure, you are going to restore it and want to borrow on favorable terms. Purchasing, restoring, repurposing or making a historic structure more sustainable is a major job. The Restoration Fund can provide your financing for restoration, sustainability and repurposing.
If you are going to invest in a monument and want to finance your property commercially, we are the financier with knowledge of monuments and favorable financing conditions. We help entrepreneurs finance the restoration, repurposing and sustainability of a monument.
In Poland, monuments (historic structures) are legally protected. The state supports owners of monuments in the field of reconstruction, renovation and protection against destruction. For such work on a monument, you can obtain a targeted subsidy from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.
For restoration work on protected immovable heritage or buildings included in an established inventory of architectural heritage, you can apply for a heritage loan with a low-interest rate of 1%. The loan amounts to a minimum of 25,000 euros and a maximum of 250,000 euros. Your own contribution is at least 20% of the total investment.
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