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Projects

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 notable project to date is The Station in Richmond, a stunning, riverside, Victorian railway building brought back to life as a fantastic cultural, eating, shopping and entertainment venue for the local community and visitors to Richmond. The Station has just celebrated its tenth birthday in its successful new role.  

Applications are invited from individuals and organisations who may need advice and/or a contribution towards work on smaller projects where a significant building is at risk.

Find out more about our current projects…

The Old Grammar School

Closure of The Old Grammar School Project Following our Board meeting on 15th July, the Trustee’s of Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT) voted to withdraw the Trust’s involvement with The Old...

Restoration of the Station...

Richmond Station, situated just outside the historic town of Richmond on the banks of the river Swale, was built in 1846 and formed the terminus of the branch line to Richmond. The station closed in 1969 and was converted...

Other and New Projects

A Building at Risk in the Dales Working in conjunction with the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, we recently invested time and money in a feasibility study for a redundant building at risk in the Yorkshire...

Small Grants

If you need help with a building at risk, we may be able to help subject to availability of funds. We are willing to support minor projects to carry out works of conservation These include repair of properties in the ownership of smaller charities, Parish Councils or even private groups and individuals. A small grant can make a real difference to maintenance or repair of a significant building or structure or promote significant relevant education in Richmondshire.

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