Birmingham Conservation Trust is a charity which exists ‘to preserve and enhance Birmingham’s threatened architectural heritage and to promote an enjoyment and understanding of the City’s historic buildings’.
Founded in 1977, Birmingham Conservation Trust is one of over 250 building preservations trusts in the UK. The Trust is a registered independent charity and a company limited by guarantee with a separate trading arm.
You can read our full aims HERE.
The trust is managed by a Board of Trustees and currently employs a part time administrator and a team to run the Coffin Works. The Trust also works with a wide range of freelance experts and contractors.
For more details about the BCT team and for contact details visit HERE.
Registered Charity No. 1063124
Company Registration No. 3380637
Trading Company No. 02396218
VAT Registration No. 754 1150 55
Birmingham Conservation Trust is grateful to the following organisations for supporting and funding our its projects.
- Architectural Heritage Fund
- Bernard Piggott Trust
- Birmingham Common Good
- Blakemore Foundation
- Bryant Trust
- Charles Hayward Foundation
- Grantham Yorke Trust
- Oakley Charitable Trust
- Pilgrim Trust
- Saintbury Trust
- William A Cadbury Charitable Trust
- Wilmcote Charitable Trust