Silver Award for Perth City Heritage Fund Project!

The Trust is delighted to have received a silver award in Perth and Kinross Council’s Securing the Future Awards 2016 in the Improving Services Through Partnership Category for the project Repairing Our Historic Tenements.

Featured in the application was the project to repair what is believed to be Perth’s oldest inhabited tenement at 13-19 High Street.  Success for this project was only achieved through the partnership between PKHT staff and grant assistance through the Perth City Heritage Fund, Perth and Kinross Council and the 13-19 High St Owners’ Association. 


Pictured receiving the award at Perth Concert Hall on 17th May are (l-r) Sue Hendry chairman of PKHT, Clifford and Shawna Conochie of the Owners’ Association, Isobel Butt, Vacant Property Development Officer of Perth and Kinross Council, David Martin Chief Executive of Dundee City Council presenting the award and Sara Carruthers, Historic Building Development Officer of PKHT.

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