In March 2015 the Heritage Lottery Fund awarded £18.6million of funding towards the East Wing restoration project, which focusses on restoring the Palace’s most significant historic spaces to their former glory and securing the Palace‘s future as one of London’s leading heritage destinations.

Under the plans, the eastern end of the Palace, comprising the BBC Studios and the Victorian Theatre will be repaired and refurbished, together with the glazed East Court in which a new and more welcoming public entrance hall will be created.

The award of £18.6million from the HLF contributes towards the total project cost of £26.7m, with the London Borough of Haringey having pledged £6.8m; the Charitable Trust is working hard to raise the rest so that the project can go ahead as planned – to find out how you can get involved and support the project, please head over to our fundraising page.

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