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The AHF appreciates that neglected buildings which are all too familiar in our towns, cities and countryside can, with a little imagination and a lot of enthusiasm, be rescued to become assets for their communities by people wanting to make a difference. The AHF has helped hundreds of organisations throughout the UK to do exactly that.

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Resource for Heritage Projects Relaunched

Oliver Brodrick-Ward

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Many heritage projects struggle to ‘pass go’. This is often as a result of a lack of experience, understanding or support in key project areas.  For those community groups seeking guidance to rescue historic buildings and bring them into sustainable use, look no further! www.brick-work.org created by the Prince’s Regeneration Trust’s BRICK Programme has been updated and relaunched.

Five tailored resource packs have been especially developed for the website, containing ‘How To’ guides, video presentations and training exercises.  These resource packs address the topics of Governance, Business Planning, Fundraising, Options Development and Digital Innovation and are completely free to download. The www.BRICK-work.org digital platform ensures that people working on heritage projects can continue to access the knowledge and expertise built up by the Princes Regeneration Trust (now part of The Prince’s Foundation) over its 20 years of working in UK heritage-led regeneration.

To help ensure these valuable resources remain available to the heritage sector, the BRICK-work website is now hosted by The Architectural Heritage Fund. Although we won’t be adding new material to this site we believe the information and experience they contain are a great resource for projects. If you have any queries or questions please contact us on ahf@ahfund.org.uk / 020 7925 0199.