Grant Application

Applications should be received at least six weeks before the next Board meeting. The Trust holds Board meetings three times a year – in January, June and October.

A HOLT staff member will visit the project to discuss the work proposed and if the project is suitable it will then be put to the Board for consideration.

Once a grant is offered it remains available for a period of three years and can be a helpful pump-primer for a fundraising programme.

A grant given by HOLT must be acknowledged by the grantee in publicity material issued in connection with the project and where appropriate at the project site.

Payment is made on receipt of an architect’s certificate or invoice showing that the work has been completed, and usually an inspection in person.

Please contact us if you require any assistance in completing the application form.

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Applicant Details

Please complete all sections

Name and position:

Contact address:

Telephone:

E-mail

Are you are a registered Charity?

If yes, please state your Charity number:

Project Details

Project title

Project address

London Borough

Please provide a web page link showing where the building is located:

Is your building or monument Listed and/or on the Historic England Heritage at Risk register?

If so, please specify grade and/or HAR condition:

Has The Heritage of London Trust given a grant to this project or any other restoration work on this building or monument before? If yes, please indicate here:

Please describe the works you are about to undertake in 300-500 words:

Please upload photographs of the project (JPG, Max 4mb x 4)




Please give detailed estimates of costs for the total project, and the cost of work for which you are applying for a grant:

Upload additional material if required (PDF, max 4 Mb)

Is the project the subject of a Heritage Lottery Fund bid
Has a grant been offered by Historic England?
Has a grant been offered by the local London borough?

Contact details of the architect or other professional(s) responsible for the work:

Estimated start date for restoration works: (dd/mm/yyyy)

The annual Report and Accounts of the organisation applying for a grant (PDF, max 4 Mb)

Please provide a short description of the community benefit of the project:

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