ANARCHITECTURE's aim is to provide support and expertise in Heritage Led Regeneration to Local Authorities and private enterprises all over the UK. We can provide different levels of support depending on the individual needs. This will allow any prospective client with the ability to tailor our services to their needs.
After an initial contact, one of our consultants will visit your area and provide you with expert advice on how to best identify your Heritage Regeneration needs. After that it will be up to you whether you want us to help you identify different funding sources and even help you run your scheme to ensure its success.
ANARCHITECTURE has a solid track record of setting up and managing successful and award winning schemes in diverse settings which proves how ANARCHITECTURE can provide the skills and experience to be entrusted with the safeguarding of any council or organisation's architectural pride.
We are the leading expert in the UK on Heritage-Led High Street Improvement schemes including Heritage Action Zones. Our team can provide a wide range of services designed to aid you apply, organise, manage, deliver and evaluate your Heritage Action Zone.
We have been instrumental in helping Local Authorities and developers apply for, coordinate, Project Manage and evaluate National Lottery Heritage Funding projects - including for Townscape Heritage Initiative schemes.
ANARCHITECTURE have coordinated the delivery of the most successful Historic England Partnership Schemes in Conservation Areas in the UK. Whether you require a Project Manager, Heritage Consultant or Conservation Architect, Anarchitecture will ensure the best possible results of your scheme.
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