Further funding secured for Harper Street: Engagement in Heritage

The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (UKHBPT) is delighted to announce that we have been successful in securing further funding for the Harper Street: Engagement in Heritage project. A total of £130,000 has been generously awarded from The Pilgrim Trust, Foyle Foundation and the Denise Coates Foundation. Harper Street is located opposite Middleport Pottery, which has been opened to the public as a thriving heritage attraction since 2014 under the stewardship of UKHBPT. The £1.7m Harper Street project will renovate 11 red-brick terraces houses, which sit within the Trent and Mersey Canal Conservation Area, into seven new workshop spaces for creative businesses, an accessible archive, community centre and a 1930s heritage experience located within the pottery factory’s former Lodge Keepers house. Clare Wood, UKHBPT Director said, “We are hugely grateful to these trusts and foundations for supporting this ambitious project. UKHBPT is dedicated to transforming historic buildings into self-sustaining...

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Further funding secured for Harper Street: Engagement in Heritage

31/01/2019

The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (UKHBPT) is delighted to announce...

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harper street awarded heritage lottery fund grant

18/10/2018

United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (UKHBPT), the charity which restored and...

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Development Grant for the Harper Street Houses

12/12/2017

The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (UKHBPT) are delighted to announce...

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Buttress appointed to create Harper Street heritage and community centre.

10/03/2017

Buttress has been appointed by the United Kingdom Historic Buildings Preservation Trust...

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