WMHBT, WBPT and CoWRBPT

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WORCESTERSHIRE
Building Preservation Trust

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WEST MIDLANDS
Historic Buildings Trust

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City of WOLVERHAMPTON

Regenerating Buildings Preservation Trust

Dedicated to the Conservation of Historic Buildings in the West Midlands and Worcestershire

The West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust (WMHBT),
Worcestershire Building Preservation Trust (WBPT) and
City of Wolverhampton Regenerating Buildings Preservation Trust (CoWRBPT) are registered charities.

They aim to safeguard buildings of historical and/or architectural importance, within the West Midlands and Worcestershire, which are at risk of being lost.

As well as projects to protect and rescue historic buildings, the Trusts organise a range of activities to encourage and involve both new and existing members.

Read more about membership of the Trusts.

Select the links below for details of the Trusts' Projects.

Latest News

New Trustee Vacancies

We are looking for new trustees to help develop a publicity and social media campaign and advise on new projects.

if you have experience in digital and social media and marketing or Architectural Buildings Conservation and are interested in supporting the work of the Trusts, please consider applying for one of these roles.

More details on these roles and how to apply

Latest Awards

The Thomas Robinson Building (formerly Lye & Wollescote Cemetery Chapels) has won the Victorian Society’s 2018 Birmingham & West Midlands Conservation Award. Full details can be viewed on the Victorian Society's web site.

The Lye & Wollescote Project was also rewarded with a 2018 Civic Trust AABC Conservation Commendation demonstrating 'the highest standards of historic building conservation and makes a significant contribution to the quality and appearance of the built environment.' Details on the Civic Trust web site.