Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT) is a locally based heritage restoration charity. The Station, which we own, was our first Project and, following sympathetic renovations, we now manage the business. We are continually looking for other challenges, which now include the Old Grammar School (Lower School) in Richmond.
The Trust was formed in 2003 with the aim of finding a new, exciting use for the old Richmond Station. The founding Trustees, from many different backgrounds, were passionate about saving the 2* listed building from dereliction or unsympathetic development.
The Trust was named to allow for future adoption, restoration and management of buildings at risk in Richmondshire.
Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT) is a locally based heritage restoration charity. The Station, which we own, was our first Project and, following sympathetic renovations, we now manage the business.
Land of historic or design interest, buildings large or small, ancient or fairly new – any of these may be of interest to Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust.
Our Trustees come from a variety of backgrounds, bringing a diverse range of skills that are complementary to the needs of the Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust.
15 June 2018
The Old Grammar School Project has received First Round Funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Architectural Heritage Fund to develop its ideas for the restoration of the building and bring it...
13 June 2018
An 18th century Richmond walled garden, with fabulous views of Richmond Castle and Culloden Tower, is opening for charity on Friday 22 June.
Owners, Dennis and Marcia McLuckie are opening their...
05 June 2018
Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT) has been nominated for the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2018.
The award was created by the Queen in 2002 to celebrate the fiftieth...
We are honoured to now have as Patrons of the Trust
The Earl of Ronaldshay
Baroness Harris of Richmond
Robert W. Miller
Lord Hague of Richmond