Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme of the Development Bureau
The Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme (the Scheme) aims to preserve and put historic buildings into good and innovative use; transform them into unique cultural landmarks; promote active public participation in the conservation of historic buildings; and create job opportunities in particular at the district level.
The Government will identify government-owned historic buildings which are considered suitable for adaptive re-use for inclusion in the Scheme. Non-profit-making organisations are eligible to submit proposals for using selected historic buildings to provide services or business in the form of SEs.
Financial support under the Scheme includes one-off grant to cover the cost for major renovation to the buildings, in part or in full; nominal rental for the buildings; and one-off grant to meet the starting costs and operating deficits (if any) of the SE for a maximum of the first two years of operation at a ceiling of $5 million, on the prerequisite that the SE proposal is projected to become self-sustainable after this initial period.
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