English Heritage and funding
I’m speaking to English Heritage later about available funding for the Great Barn at Godwick.
As it’s a grade II* listed building, any developments have to be agreed with English Heritage.
This is of course restrictive, but it also prevents me from doing anything too radical with the building and that’s probably for the best – it speaks for itself.
However, maintaining and improving such a big building doesn’t come without its own financial costs and commitment and as it’s a building that’s deemed important for Britain’s architectural heritage, then I believe that a conversation with English Heritage about funding is worth having.
I’ve got some ambitious plans to improve Godwick Great Barn without destroying its unique charm.
Of course this doesn’t come without investment and that’s what I’m trying to crack now. First stop English Heritage.