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Charitable trust structures for heritage properties. Highbury Trust Public Meeting 28 October 2009 Dr Alison Millward – Reddings & Amesbury Road Residents Association and Moseley Regeneration Group.

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Charitable trust structures for heritage properties

Charitable trust structures for heritage properties

Highbury Trust Public Meeting

28 October 2009

Dr Alison Millward – Reddings & Amesbury Road Residents Association and Moseley Regeneration Group


To develop the buildings, gardens & collections, provide a high quality service, offering vibrant cultural sites & activities for education and the enjoyment of everyone

  • Bexley Heritage Trust

  • Board of 15 people

  • LB Bexley continues to own the property & is core funder of Trust

  • Appointment of first independent chair was key to success – governance & fund raising background

  • 8 staff

  • Monthly staff meetings between Trust and Council officers

  • Council Committee signs off annual business plan

  • Independence unlocks funding

Independent

Board of Trustees

Independent

Board of Trustees

Director

Director

Friends

Friends


To oversee the restoration, management & protection of the House & Gardens, improve accessibility and enjoyment, and provide long term stewardship to ensure sustainability

  • Chiswick House & Gardens Trust

  • New structure required by Heritage Lottery Fund (£7.9m grant)

  • Council regulations restrict councillor trustees to 2

  • Friends chair = trustee

  • Use of public advertisement 3 places

  • LBH 99 year lease to Trust on completion of restoration

  • EH proposed first chair

  • Business plan was essential to winning major funding

Project Board

5 x English Heritage

5 x LB Hounslow

5 x co-optees

Project Team

Project Working Groups

Design Team


To uphold, maintain and repair the Palace and maintain the Park & Palace as a place of public resort and recreation for other public purposes

  • Alexandra Park & Palace Charitable Trust

  • Only the 7 elected member trustees have a vote

  • 3 non-voting board members

  • Limited skill set of board

  • Lacks continuity

  • Conflicts of interest

  • Complex and inefficient

  • Poor governance

  • High cost paid for lack of consultation when lost high court challenge

  • Barrier to fund raising

London Borough of Haringey

Sole trustee

Board of Trustees

Trading

Arm Board

Trading Arm

Panel

Senior Officers from London Borough of Haringey

Statutory Advisory Committee

Consultative Committee


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