Whether a building, monument, site, place, area or landscape, Lancashire has a rich collection of local heritage assets.
These assets hold a great deal of significance and importance for the area’s communities, and because of their heritage interest, they shape future development.
They are an eclectic mix of places of work (both past and present), places to visit, places to spend our leisure time, and importantly, places where we live.
Growth Lancashire has been pleased to work with its Local Authority partners across the County in successfully applying to the Government’s “Local heritage list campaign”.
Lancashire is one of 22 areas which will benefit from a programme of £1.5m to develop or improve local heritage lists.
As an existing vehicle for partnership working and a provider of heritage services to a number of Local Authorities, we look forward to collaborating with our partners across the County to help coordinate, support and deliver a range of activities across what will be a joined-up, technology-driven and community-focussed approach, led by the needs of specific areas.
For further information, please contact Ian Bond, Lead for Specialist Services – firstname.lastname@example.org