Historic building grants

We are able to offer a small amount of Grant Aid assistance to owners of historic buildings and structures that are on the national or the local Heritage at Risk Register. This reflects the need for these buildings to receive specialist attention and a high standard of workmanship.

Heritage at Risk in Broadland is broadly described as those buildings, structures or historic parks that are most at risk of being lost as a result of neglect, decay or inappropriate development. They can be occupied or unoccupied buildings, monuments, garden statues of historic interest, red telephone boxes, milestones and agricultural buildings to name only a few examples.

Works that might be considered for grant aid include:

  • re-thatching
  • re-roofing
  • repairs to original features
  • structural surveys
  • specialist reports

All works must be undertaken by local trades people.

Please note that a grant cannot be offered for work which has already been carried out or started without prior approval.

For more information and how to apply for a grant, please contact the Historic Environment Officers using the details below.