Building Futures by London Historic Buildings Trust

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Building Futures Advert


Free workshop for local people, groups and communities developing, or considering, a historic building regeneration project in the boroughs of Southwark, Bromley, Lambeth or Croydon.

Date & time

Date:22 April 2024

Time:10.30am to 2.30pm

Event Details

Address:Kingswood Arts
Seeley Drive
Kingswood Estate

Post code:SE21 8QN

Tickets:Free - booking required




Building Futures is a FREE in-person training programme, aimed at those who are new to developing heritage projects, including individuals, community or Friends groups, or anyone else who is interested in undertaking a project to save or promote a part of London’s heritage.

On 22nd April, this workshop will cover:

-What makes a successful, viable regeneration project and how to develop one
-Who could benefit from your project and in what ways
-Project funding opportunities and ensuring a successful application

Speakers include:

-London Historic Buildings Trust
-Sophia Mirchandani from the Cultural Consulting Network
-National Lottery Heritage Fund
-Friends of Crystal Palace Subway recounting their work to champion this hidden relic of Victorian construction.
-Kingswood Arts CIC presenting their new masterplanning initiative at the historic Kingswood House at the centre of the Kingswood Estate, Dulwich Wood (pictured below). Kingswood Arts CIC is a new not-for-profit arts centre and cultural hub, designed to support its local community through creativity. The feasibility project has secured a grant of £10,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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Please note - booking is required. Contact: to book your place. Spaces are limited (2 max per organisation).

The workshop is led by London Historic Buildings Trust, London’s only city-wide building preservation trust. Since 1992, we’ve been specialising in heritage-led regeneration to save at-risk historic buildings to benefit communities across London.



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