CCT issues regeneration task force strategy 2012-15

The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) has published its ‘Regeneration Strategy for 2012-15’, and launched a film on the work of its Regeneration Task Force and the diverse groups it has worked with in securing the conservation of churches.

Crispin Truman, CCT Chief Executive, writes:
I thought you might like to see our recently completed short film which illustrates the work of the team, and our new Regeneration Taskforce Strategy 2012-15.

I think the film helps to demonstrate the progress which the team has made in demonstrating practical solutions and its role in assisting communities to take on complex and challenging historic church projects. The Strategy then describes how we see the way forward, including the priorities for the team in the next 3 years. This is one of a number of plans that the Churches Conservation Trust will be delivering over this period. Many of you have contributed to both pieces of work and we continue to be enormously grateful for all the support we receive from our partners and colleagues.

The environment in which we work continues to be challenging. The Regeneration Taskforce is an effective and innovative way in which we can address many of those challenges directly: by working with partners and communities to find new uses and management arrangements for some of the nation’s finest historic buildings. Partnerships and collaborations are key to our success, so please get in touch if you wish to discuss further opportunities for working together.

See the video on the CCT website at: LINK

Download the report at: LINK

See the CCT at: LINK

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