The City of Sydney sponsors a wide variety of projects and initiatives. Priority is given to activities that help support Sustainable Sydney 2030.
The aim of the Heritage Grants Program is to encourage non-profit landowners of heritage items to undertake new conservation work which, without the financial assistance of this program, may not be able to occur. In doing so, the City's heritage is improved.
The program provides funding opportunities for matched funding up to:
$10,000 for the restoration of non-residential buildings of heritage significance that are an important part of the City's character and are part of the visual fabric of Sydney's villages.
$5,000 for funding to undertake heritage documentation work, for example a heritage impact statement or conservation management plan. Up to 10% of the program budget will be allocated towards funding these applications.
General policy eligibility and exclusions apply.
Applications for this program are invited once a year.
Applications for this year closed on Tuesday 2 April 2013.
How to apply
All applications are assessed against the grant criteria and in accordance with the grants and sponsorship policy (download below).
Before you get started, get in touch with us to make sure your project is eligible. The grants team are very happy to provide advice and support to all grants applicants but we cannot proof read draft applications.
For more information about this program, please contact:
The Grants Team
02 9265 9333 firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: Tuesday, 16 April 2013