The Prince's Regeneration Trust

The Prince's Regeneration Trust

Charity information

The Prince's Regeneration Trust

The Prince’s Regeneration Trust is a charity that works with communities throughout the United Kingdom to ensure that important buildings at risk of demolition and decay are preserved, regenerated and re-used. We seek to find sustainable new uses for important buildings at risk by conserving their historic and architectural significance, retaining local character and identity, and delivering heritage-led regeneration. We focus our work in areas of social and economic deprivation; areas in which heritage is at most risk of decline, and where our work can have the greatest impact on local lives.

The Trust champions the value of partnerships and works closely with community groups, developers, building owners, and local authorities. We give local communities the support they need to save the historic buildings they love by capacity building them to manage and sustain their heritage. We are also developing a strong Education Programme, introducing a range of conferences, lectures and publications that address heritage sustainability, steward local authorities in heritage practice, and support the preservation and development of traditional craft skills.

Founded 2002

  • The Old Duchy Palace, Lostwithiel

    The Old Duchy Palace's is a 13th Century grade I listed building with intense medieval sig... More
  • Trainee Surveying: Filling the Heritage Skills Gap

    To provide the opportunity for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and ethnic mino... More
  • Castletown, Caithness

    To undertake an exemplar project to restore and regenerate the 'Backies', the last survivi... More