We support and advise BPTs throughout the UK and provide forums for networking and sharing of accumulated experience between members. We offer many opportunities for members to get together, both through our thriving regional organisations and at our national conference and technical seminars.
APT provides a united voice for BPTs, representing their views to government and funding bodies, as well lobbying more widely on issues relevant to this work. APT helps to develop new BPTs, particularly in areas where there are many buildings at risk but few trusts.
The members section of this website provides an unrivalled technical resource for trusts, helping them through all stages of their projects. APT's members have accumulated a wealth of experience over many years of successfully restoring historic buildings at risk - this is now available online to guide new trusts.
APT's membership represents the primary agent of building at risk restoration and preservation in the UK. We undertake more projects than any other group and as such we perform a key role in the rescue and conservation of our heritage.