National Heritage Trust Conference

Hello HCLT Supporters! In late October, our own board members Kathy Stacey and Allison Maxted participated in the National Trust Conference 2016, Heritage Rising. The aim of the conference was to discuss the interconnecting issues heritage buildings and planning, gentrification, and affordable housing from myriad perspectives: What role do our heritage buildings serve in the […]

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SPRC Partnership, Donations

The HCLT is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Social Planning and Research Council! The SPRC has been a friend and pillar of support to the HCLT over the past two years, and we are excited to be taking this relationship in a new direction. As a result, this partnership will allow the HCLT to […]

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Five Year Plan

This past June, the HCLT released its formal 5-Year Action Plan. Compiled from 2 years of in-depth community research, the Action Plan lays out key accomplishments of the past 2 years, discusses some of the challenges experienced in developing the CLT model, identifies 5 priority areas to be achieved during the life of the plan, […]

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