The National Trust exists to help everyone enjoy beautiful open spaces and our fascinating heritage. We do this through our own properties but also want to help others look after their places too. The EPT offers a full range of consultancy services as well as scoping and development of bespoke projects. The EPT currently operates in the Midlands and Northern regions.
We want you to tap into our 120 years' experience of successfully looking after special places.
Our expert team can bring unrivalled experience and knowledge from across the National Trust to help you achieve your ambition.
Since 2013, we've been working in partnership with the Canal and River Trust to find a sustainable future for the Roundhouse, a late Victorian, Grade II* canal-side building in Birmingham city centre.
We're working with Derbyshire County Council to help look after the future of this country park.
Find out how we're working in partnership with others to look at ways to fund and manage local parks sustainably.
In 2014 we led a consortium of advisors to help Manchester City Council establish a more secure and sustainable future for Heaton Hall and Park.
We have joined a coalition which is exploring a sustainable future for Moseley Road Baths, one of Birmingham's most important heritage buildings and the only Grade II* baths that predate 1914 still in use.
Read about our involvement helping to secure the future of Creswell Crags - an internationally significant limestone gorge on the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire border.
Our team has a wealth of experience on a wide range of projects, but also regularly pull on our relevant operational staff and national specialists for expert advice when needed.