The AHF has released its latest Annual Review covering the 2014-2015 financial year. This contains case studies of completed projects and details of every grant and loan we have offered during that period. All of these aim to help further our objectives of assisting local people to find new sustainable uses for the historic buildings in the heart of their communities.
This year’s volume includes 17 completed case studies, the highlights of which include the High Mill at the Verdant Works, Dundee - featured on the cover, the Nonconformist Chapel in Sheffield General Cemetery, Newtown Market Hall in Powys, and the Seaview Hall in County Antrim.
The details of over 140 projects under development range geographically from Cornwall (King Edward Mine Assay Office in Camborne), to the north of Shetland (Halligath House on Unst), and span chronologically from a 12th century former hospital building (The Old Grammar School) to a 1960s former seminary (St Peter’s Kilmahew).
For the first time we have also included details summarising some of the impact of the last decade of AHF involvement, with 190 completed projects, over 360 organisations supported, and £2.3M of AHF grants, and £33M of AHF loans helping leverage over £278M of further investment for our clients.
Our clients and partners will be receiving copies in the post, and it is available to download for free now on our website directly here.
The last 7 years worth of Annual Reviews and our full accounts can also be found here.