Regional participatory funding assistance for the restoration of unprotected rural heritage

Published on 19 January 2017 - Updated 02 March 2017

Participatory funding assistance is aimed at "small local heritage" (including wash-houses, wells, kilns, barns, chapels, altarpieces and war memorials) which is not singled out for specific protection, but is worth preserving for its aesthetic and ethnological value.

The beneficiaries can, for example, be private individuals, associations, municipalities and their groups (e.g. inter-municipalities) with fewer than 3,000 inhabitants, co-ownership unions, foundations and non-commercial real estate companies (SCI) specialising in family patrimony real estate. 

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