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Charitable trust structures for heritage properties Highbury Trust Public Meeting 28 October 2009 Dr Charitable trust structures for heritage properties Highbury Trust Public Meeting 28 October 2009 Dr Alison Millward – Reddings & Amesbury Road Residents Association and Moseley Regeneration Group

Bexley Heritage Trust • Board of 15 people • LB Bexley continues to own Bexley Heritage Trust • Board of 15 people • LB Bexley continues to own the property & is core funder of Trust • Appointment of first independent chair was key to success – governance & fund raising background • 8 staff • Monthly staff meetings between Trust and Council officers • Council Committee signs off annual business plan • Independence unlocks funding To develop the buildings, gardens & collections, provide a high quality service, offering vibrant cultural sites & activities for education and the enjoyment of everyone Independent Board of Trustees Director Friends

Chiswick House & Gardens Trust • New structure required by Heritage Lottery Fund (£ Chiswick House & Gardens Trust • New structure required by Heritage Lottery Fund (£ 7. 9 m grant) • Council regulations restrict councillor trustees to 2 To oversee the restoration, management & protection of the House & Gardens, improve accessibility and enjoyment, and provide long term stewardship to ensure sustainability Project Board 5 x English Heritage 5 x LB Hounslow 5 x co-optees • Friends chair = trustee • Use of public advertisement 3 places • LBH 99 year lease to Trust on completion of restoration • EH proposed first chair Project Team • Business plan was essential to winning major funding Project Working Groups Design Team

Alexandra Park & Palace Charitable Trust To uphold, maintain and repair the Palace and Alexandra Park & Palace Charitable Trust To uphold, maintain and repair the Palace and maintain the Park & Palace as a place of public resort and recreation for other public purposes • Only the 7 elected member trustees have a vote • 3 non-voting board members London Borough of Haringey Sole trustee • Limited skill set of board • Lacks continuity • Conflicts of interest Board of Trustees Panel • Complex and inefficient • Poor governance Senior Officers from London Borough of Haringey • High cost paid for lack of consultation when lost high court challenge • Barrier to fund raising Trading Arm Board Arm Statutory Advisory Committee Consultative Committee