Historic England Industrial Heritage Consultation

Historic England are asking the public what they think the priorities should be for managing England’s industrial heritage. In order to do this they are consulting on their draft Industrial Heritage Strategy which can be found, together with details on how to respond, here: https://historicengland.org.uk/about/what-we-do/consultations/guidance-open-for-consultation/ The Strategy sets out the key priorities for England’s internationally…

Grimsby Ice Factory Receives COVID-19 Grant

Historic England has awarded North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC) £40,000 for repairs to the Grimsby Ice Factory from their Heritage at Risk grant programme. The council is working with the Great Grimsby Ice Factory Trust (GGIFT), regeneration partner Engie and building owners ABP. Extra funding is also said to have come from ABP and surplus…

Historic England Launch Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund

Today (17 April 2020) Historic England have launched their Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund. This extends a safety net to small heritage organisations and has been set up in response to a recent survey by Historic England (see elsewhere on these pages). The grants available will help organisations, voluntary groups, and self-employed contractors survive the immediate…

Historic England Covid-19 Heritage Impact Survey

Historic England are collaborating with a number of heritage organisations to share information and expertise, provide support and guidance, and understand the impact of the COVID-19 health crisis on the heritage sector. Taking the Survey To help inform this work, Historic England need you to tell then how you are being affected. Your feedback will help…