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Heritage Lottery Fund launches £125m restoration grants programme

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has recently launched a £125m grants programme, known as Heritage Enterprise, designed to unlock the hidden commercial potential of unused historic buildings across the UK.

HLF will commit at least £25m per annum over the next 5 years to not-for-profit organisations to help them work in partnership with the private sector in the restoration of unused buildings.

The Programme was inspired by research conducted by the HLF, New ideas need old buildings, which demonstrated that historic buildings can attract businesses that are more productive and can generate more wealth…

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