The Prince's Regeneration Trust


14 Buckingham Palace Road
London SW1W 0QP


020 3262 0560


020 3262 0570





The Prince’s Regeneration Trust is a charity that works across the United Kingdom to help underused or redundant historic buildings perform a new function, unlocking regeneration of the wider community. With over 14 years’ project experience, the trust has achieved notable successes such as the rescue and regeneration of Mistley Maltings, Anchor, Houldsworth and Stanley Mills, Sowerby Bridge Wharf West Yorkshire and Harvey’s Foundry, Cornwall.

The trust achieves its mission through acting as an enabler, facilitator, fundraiser, adviser, partner and advocate. It builds partnerships with local communities, the public and private sectors, donors and developers to ensure that important buildings at risk of demolition or decay are preserved, regenerated and reused.

All the trust’s projects aim to release the regenerative energy of derelict and abandoned historic buildings to create places where people can live, work and enjoy themselves. The buildings that are adopted have to continue to work for a living and inspire others to follow the trust’s example. Wherever it can, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust works with the Prince’s family of patronage and charities to deliver links between the historic environment, education, craftsmanship, creativity, community and commerce.

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