What we do
The Heritage Alliance briefs opinion-formers in the Westminster government and beyond on the value of heritage and the contribution that independent heritage organisations make to contemporary society.
The Alliance responds to parliamentary business and formal consultations on behalf of our members, identifying the consensus from across the independent heritage movement. We raise independent heritage organisations shared concerns at national forums, undertake and contribute to national projects and partnerships, support our member’s financial resilience through capacity-building initiatives, and organise projects, debates and forums on a wide-range of areas and subjects affecting heritage.
To find out about our latest projects, click on the links below. Alternatively, you can find out about what we have done since 2002.
The Heritage Alliance responds to a wide-range of consultations affecting heritage and the historic environment
A resource of our recent and past consultation responses and statements dating back to 2004.Click here for more information
The Alliance holds a number of events throughout the year
Find our about our up-coming and previous events, including our heritage debates, advocacy group events, alongside our annual Heritage Day.Click here for more information
Spatial planning, Rural Heritage, Funding, Inclusion and Learning, and Historic Religious Buildings
Our advocacy groups draw upon our members expertise to influence legislation, policy and guidance. Click here for more information
The Alliance provides the secretariat for the Historic Environment Forum [HEF] and leads Heritage2020 on behalf of HEF
HEF is a cross-sectoral committee, bringing together chief executives and policy officers from public and non-government heritage bodies.
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The free easy to use guide to potential sources of financial support
A resource listing organisations offering loan finance, awards, scholarships and other “in kind” resources.
Click here to visit the Directory
Find out about the latest workshops from the Giving to Heritage team
Giving to Heritage represents a major step change in fundraising, to secure a productive future for many of our heritage assets.
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