Welsh Georgian Trust wins AHF grant to start Foley House project viability assessment

The Welsh Georgian Trust is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a grant to undertake a project viability assessment in relation to Foley House, Haverfordwest. The trust has been working with Pembrokeshire County Council, the owners of the building, in order to develop a scheme to restore it and to find a sustainable new use. History and Significance Foley House is the most important residential building in Haverfordwest. It was designed by John Nash, architect of Buckingham Palace and Regent Street. It was one of the small number of houses designed…Read more