The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) commits over £200 million a year in grant funding towards heritage projects from new museums, parks and historic places to archaeology, the natural environment and cultural traditions.
Our Conservation team, comprising two AABC* accredited and one RIBA** conservation architects, undertakes works to significant historic buildings across the UK funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic England.
We assist churches, almshouses, universities and other listed building owners with their grant applications for the Heritage Lottery Fund, Repair of Listed Places of Worship Fund and War Memorials Fund among others. We work closely with our clients to submit successful HLF and other funding applications from the first round to the delivery phase.
Our role involves:
Leaders in the field of social housing design, BTP Architects were appointed to lead the £2.1 million Hayward Court development which was built by Seddon Construction and also includes 18
Award winning BTP Architects has helped deliver more homes for veterans, after work was completed on phase two of a scheme made famous by the BBC programme DIY SOS. With the
BTP were appointed by a local pre-school nursery to carry out a programme of repairs and convert two cellars to provide new nursery classrooms. Our design also included external hard
BTP are lead architects on the proposed conservation and restoration of the Pankhurst Centre, the former home of Emmeline Pankhurst and birthplace of the Suffragette Movement in Manchester. BTP are
Heron House recently opened its doors to lucky residents in Rawtenstall. Designed by BTP, the house provides 16 state of the art affordable rented apartments for the over 55s. As award-winning