The Welsh Georgian Trust exists to save buildings at risk in Wales. The main way we do this is to undertake projects, giving new life back to buildings and their communities. Sometimes our projects take many years to develop and are subject to complex negotiations and appraisals before we can make them public.
We also act as a catalyst for action and are happy if buildings are rescued by others. The key objective is saving the building.
Below is a selection of projects we are currently engaged with:
In Lower Cross Street Abergavenny is Gunter Mansion, a place of great historic and religious significance.
Foley House is the most important residential building in Haverfordwest. It was designed by John Nash, architect of Buckingham Palace and Regent Street.
Plas Kynaston is a Grade II listed house located within the Cefn Mawr conservation area, in the County Borough of Wrexham.