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If you are new to the heritage sector and have not been involved in a historic building project before, our Toolkit will guide you.
From establishing an organisation to deliver your project and develop your vision, to fundraising, preparing plans, working with contractors and engaging effectively with different audiences, we can help you with our step-by-step practical advice.
There are many new ways to develop successful heritage projects, using social enterprise models and entrepreneurial funding strategies. We can help you plan the right route and focus on viability. We can help you grow a sustainable organisation, and think beyond the building to the wider benefits that your organisation and your project can bring to your heritage and community.
If you are an old hand, with a number of successful conservation projects under your belt, and are just looking to keep your knowledge up to date, or need help with a particular challenge, our Toolkit provides detailed guidance and links to a range of helpful specialist organisations. No need to sift through the wealth of websites – we’ve done the hard work, and can point you directly to great sources of good information. Make Toolkit work for you!
Toolkit can be accessed via a project timeline, or subject areas can be searched by theme.
Access Toolkit chronologically and work your way through a project stage by stage
Find the content you need via our Themes
Heritage Trust Network thrives on peer to peer support; it is an invaluable resource.
Toolkit includes a wide range of ‘learning’ case studies from members who share their experiences and tips.
Members have also shared useful documents to provide examples of reports, plans and templates, saving other organisations both time and money.
Levels of Access to Toolkit
Start Up Members get access to Stage One of Toolkit; Getting your organisation ready.
Full members and Individual Members can access all areas of the Toolkit, as well as our library of case studies across all stages of a project.
Toolkit is intended as the ultimate guide and signposting service for developing a heritage building project. It covers everything from governance to technical guidance to fundraising, presented in a variety of accessible formats.