There are various grants and financial assistance options available for repairs to roofs listed on buildings. Here are a few avenues you can explore:

  • Heritage Lottery Fund  provides grants for projects that aim to preserve and enhance heritage, including repairs to listed buildings. You can check their website for specific funding programs.
  • Historic England is a public body that looks after the English historic environment. They offer various grant schemes and advice for the conservation and repair of historic buildings.
  • Some local authorities provide grants or financial assistance for the repair and maintenance of listed buildings within their jurisdiction. Check with your local council for specific programs.
  • National Heritage Memorial Fund provides grants for projects that secure the long-term future of our heritage. While not exclusively for listed building roof repairs, it is worth exploring their funding opportunities.
  • The Listed Places of Worship: Roof Repair Fund is specifically designed to support urgent roof repairs for listed churches and cathedrals. It is administered by the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
  • If your listed building is a place of worship, you may explore grants offered by ChurchCare, which supports the conservation and repair of churches, including roofs.

Before applying for any grants, we recommend that you carefully review the eligibility criteria and application process and also consult with your architect or surveyor. Please contact us for help navigating the available funding options for your listed building.