HLF Argyll asset transfer event aug 2013

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Information event in Kilmory hosted by Argyll and Bute Council

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  • Published in 2010, now being revised Assessing options, developing support for the project, managing risks, agreeing terms, raising finance, building effective organisation, long term viability Includes case studies (Lido, Town Halls, industrial buildings, church, schools, a cemetery, What you should consider
  • If you already manage the land and/ or buildings that you want to buy, you will need to show us what extra benefits the purchase will bring. Need to show that all options have been explored with the owners first.
  • Lease of 5yrs for OH, 10yrs for HE, 20yrs for HG
  • Start up grants for new or existing organisations taking on heritage assets Our Heritage/ Heritage Grants: any type of heritage project – benefiting heritage, people and communities Heritage Enterprise: Giving historic buildings/ sites a new future through productive commercial activity Fund partnerships of all kinds, including social and private enterprises but the private sector partner needs to be the minority partner. Develop sustainable new uses for historic buildings/ sites by supporting an end-use which contributes to the local economy of a deprived area.
  • Intro staff – what we are going to cover – sharing between us
  • Launched new Strategic Framework in summer of 2012, which is available here or to download from our website. Framework rather than plan – flexibility to respond as needed Approach: not just what a project will do, what difference it will make - to heritage, people (as individuals), and communities > outcomes Have launched most of new programmes and the first decisions in April 2013. Keeping all existing programmes (updated and improved e.g. shorter decision times, and higher grants available) some new programmes new opportunities for funding – responding to changing funding environment, significant national events, and developments in the sector more straightforward application process for smaller grants
  • Launched new Strategic Framework in summer of 2012, which is available here or to download from our website. Framework rather than plan – flexibility to respond as needed Approach: not just what a project will do, what difference it will make - to heritage, people (as individuals), and communities > outcomes Have launched most of new programmes and the first decisions in April 2013. Keeping all existing programmes (updated and improved e.g. shorter decision times, and higher grants available) some new programmes new opportunities for funding – responding to changing funding environment, significant national events, and developments in the sector more straightforward application process for smaller grants
  • Launched new Strategic Framework in summer of 2012, which is available here or to download from our website. Framework rather than plan – flexibility to respond as needed Approach: not just what a project will do, what difference it will make - to heritage, people (as individuals), and communities > outcomes Have launched most of new programmes and the first decisions in April 2013. Keeping all existing programmes (updated and improved e.g. shorter decision times, and higher grants available) some new programmes new opportunities for funding – responding to changing funding environment, significant national events, and developments in the sector more straightforward application process for smaller grants
  • HLF Argyll asset transfer event aug 2013

    1. 1. Who we are • One of four lottery funders in Scotland • Support all types of heritage projects • Award grants over £3,000 • Over £600m for Scotland’s heritage so far
    2. 2. Asset transfer • ‘Pillars of the Community’ Guidance by English Heritage/ HLF/ Architectural Heritage Fund/ National Trust/ Princes Regeneration Trust/ Development Trust Association • Sets out the process of transfer in nine steps • Focus on heritage assets • Community and local authority perspective
    3. 3. Asset transfer and HLF Guidance on ‘buying land and buildings’ in programme documents In order to get HLF support: •Must be important to our heritage •Risk to heritage will be reduced •Will help more people to engage with heritage •Price reflects condition and value •Adequate plans for management and maintenance HLF don’t support purchases above market value
    4. 4. Property ownership and HLF Guidance on ‘property ownership’ in programme documents •For projects that include buying or carrying out capital work to land/ buildings you need to own or have lease of required length on property •You need to own/ have lease on property before you get permission to start the project
    5. 5. Grant programmes Start up grants (£3,000 - £10,000) Our Heritage (£10,000 - £100,000) Heritage Grants (over £100,000) Heritage Enterprise (Grants from £100,000 - £5m) Two round application with development funding
    6. 6. Projects achieving outcomes for: •Heritage •People •Communities Projects that make a lasting difference
    7. 7. Outcomes for Heritage • Better managed • In better condition • Better interpreted and explained • Identified and/or recorded
    8. 8. Outcomes for People • Developed skills • Learnt about heritage • Changed their attitudes or behaviour • Had an enjoyable experience • Volunteered time
    9. 9. Outcomes for Communities • Environmental impacts will be reduced • More people will have engaged with heritage • Organisations will be more resilient • Local economies will be boosted • Local communities will be a better place to live
    10. 10. How can we help? • Project Enquiry advice – online form • Monthly advice surgeries and funding fairs • Website www.hlf.org.uk : - Application materials - Guidance documents – essential and good practice - Case studies – examples of projects we’ve funded

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