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Heritage Fund has a New Look & Reveals its Plans for the Next 5 Years

The five year plan for the Heritage Fund was published late last month & includes a new look as the Heritage Fund is renamed as the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF)

As the Heritage Fund celebrates its 25th anniversary the plan for the next 5 years includes a change to the way that decisions about the distribution of around £1.2 billion of National Lottery money will be made over the next five years. 

 

 

The new approach:

  • A major focus on nature, communities, and on ensuring everyone is able to enjoy heritage – three top priorities for people who responded to the consultation
  • new models of investment, moving beyond grants to include loans and partnerships, designed to attract others to invest money alongside the National Lottery
  • more support for commercial, sustainable approaches to tackling heritage that’s in danger of being lost
  • investment and support to help heritage organisations to be more financially sustainable
  • a requirement for every heritage project that receives funding to be environmentally friendly
  • simpler, streamlined and more efficient funding
  • greater engagement and support to help 13 deprived communities that have in the past been less successful securing funding
  • continued support for large-scale, iconic projects over £5million

 

Of the 13 deprived communities 2 areas in South Wales are included, Neath Port Talbot & Rhondda Cynon Taff, which is good news for the preservation & restoration of Heritage sites & buildings in South Wales

  

Ros Kerslake, CEO of The National Lottery Heritage Fund, said: “Over the past 25 years, money raised by people who buy National Lottery tickets has profoundly changed how we view and engage with the UK’s exceptionally varied heritage. By putting people at its heart, it has helped our wonderful buildings, iconic landscapes, cultural memories and traditions and native species not just survive, but thrive.

“Over the next five years, The National Lottery Heritage Fund will inspire, lead and resource the UK’s heritage, distributing more than £1bn.  So we will be making more decisions on funding locally and focusing on the heritage that really matters to people, creating jobs, bringing economic prosperity and improving people’s lives right across the UK.”

 The Heritage Fund 5 year plan can be downloaded here: Strategic Funding Framework 2019-2024

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