The funding of heritage-linked regeneration post Covid-19
CGI of Northgate Oxford development for Jesus College, looking to Cornmarket (MICA)
This week Future Cities Forum is holding an online discussion forum to find out whether heritage buildings are struggling for funding post Covid-19 and what effect long term this will have on our towns and cities.
Chief Executive of The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Ros Kerslake will be joined by the Head of Regeneration at Leeds City Council, Adam Brannen and Stuart Cade, Director of architects MICA.
Ros Kerslake who is a much valued member of Future Cities Forum and first spoke at a previous event we held at RIBA London in January 2018 advising organisations on how best to apply for heritage funding. The National Lottery Heritage Fund states it is the largest dedicated grant funder of the UK's heritage and since 1994 has awarded over £8 billion to more than 44,000 projects across the UK and provides leadership and support across the heritage sector, advocating for the value of heritage.