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Harper Street regeneration project gets underway

Stoke-on-Trent has had a significant boost as regeneration charity Re-Form Heritage gets underway with works to transform Harper Street. Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Historic England, Stoke-on-Trent City Council and many other supporters, the Harper Street: Engagement in Heritage project has recently broken ground. In total, £2.5m will be invested into the transformation of the long-derelict terrace and a programme of activities delivered with the local community. The project will see the eleven former pottery workers’ houses that make up Harper Street regenerated into a new heritage attraction focusing on the domestic life of the early 20th century pottery worker, alongside workshop and retail space for seven creative businesses. The terrace will also contain a dedicated store for the Middleport Pottery collection and archive, and a public research space to allow people to study archive items, many of which will be digitised for the first time. A modern…

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Harper Street regeneration project gets underway

03/02/2021

Stoke-on-Trent has had a significant boost as regeneration charity Re-Form Heritage gets…

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Harper Street Project to Proceed

30/09/2020

Stoke-on-Trent has had a significant boost as funds are secured by regeneration…

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£245,000 match funding AWARDED TO harper street

31/07/2020

Historic England has awarded £245,000 of funding to Stoke-on-Trent charity Re-Form Heritage…

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Further funding secured for Harper Street: Engagement in Heritage

31/01/2019

The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (Re-Form Heritage) is delighted to…

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harper street awarded heritage lottery fund grant

18/10/2018

United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (Re-Form Heritage), the charity which restored…

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Development Grant for the Harper Street Houses

12/12/2017

The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (Re-Form Heritage) are delighted to…

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