Glasgow City Heritage Trust operates five Grant Programmes:

Building Repair Grants assist building owners in carrying out essential conservation repairs to traditional buildings within Glasgow. The grants programme aims to improve the sustainability of Glasgow’s built heritage for current and future generations.

Up to 40% of overall cost of grant eligible works, to a maximum of £100,000.

Development Grants support projects in their early stages in Glasgow City, assisting with their development, for example through feasibility studies and options appraisals.

Up to £10,000.

Traditional Skills Grants support projects which actively engage existing and new audiences in understanding, appreciating, and applying those skills used to construct, maintain and repair traditional buildings and their constituent parts.

Up to £5,000.

Heritage Grants support projects that provide opportunities for people to learn about and enjoy Glasgow’s historic built environment.

Up to £10,000.

Community Grants support projects largely developed and delivered by community members that engage communities with built environment issues.

Up to £5,000.

*All grants are subject to a Management Fee, currently 5% of the grant offer, subtracted from the total grant payment.

Questions? Check our Frequently Asked Questions page to see if we’ve already answered it.

We also held a series of workshops on our grants strategy where you can hear from existing and past grantees.

Thinking of applying to us for funding?
Download our guidance notes and fill out our enquiry form to check if you're eligible.