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Do you own or manage a historic place? If so, we run a number of grant schemes to help with the cost of caring for all sorts of buildings, monuments and landscapes. We also fund projects that help people to understand and champion their heritage.

  • View along waterway to mill chimney and conversion, Skipton.

    Our Grant Schemes

    Our grants are an essential part of our work to protect the nation's heritage.

  • Aerial view of Peace Gardens, Sheffield.

    Our Grant Priorities

    Read about our grant priorities. Grant applications are assessed against our priorities as well as individual scheme criteria.

  • General view of the redeveloped canal basin near King's Cross station, Euston Road, London.

    Procurement Regulations

    Find out about the regulations that apply to the process of finding and buying works, equipment, goods and services.

  • View of the market square, Downham Market, Norfolk.

    Acknowledging Your Grant

    Find out how you should acknowledge your grant from Historic England.

  • View of houses along quay walls in Berwick-upon-Tweed.

    Visit Grant-Aided Places

    You can visit any of the hundreds of historic properties across the country that we have grant-aided.

  • View of terraced houses, Stonells Road, Battersea, London.

    Investment Principles

    These core principles govern our investment in places owned by others.

  • View of the Exchange Buildings, conservation area in Skipton, North Yorkshire.

    Other Grants

    Find out about other possible sources of funding.

  • A close-up image of a man carrying out roof repair work.

    Fundraising Tips

    Advice on fundraising for your project.