Capital funding for building works

Identified through an Eco Audit to reduce carbon, improve resource use, and enhance biodiversity

Once you have an Eco Audit from one of our approved consultants, outlining the ways your organisation can be more sustainable and reduce its carbon footprint, you can apply for funds to carry out the building work it recommends through this capital funding grant.

Grant details

  • Area: Greater London
  • Open to: New applicants and previous grant holders in receipt of an Eco Audit from one of our approved consultants prepared in the last three years, or applicants in receipt of a Refresher Eco Audit
  • Deadline: Applications accepted on a rolling basis
  • Funding length: Up to five years
  • Funding size: Up to £150,000

You can find out more about our approach to funding here.

What we fund

We can fund improvements to your office, community building or other charitable space that have been recommended by an Eco Audit or Refresher Eco Audit carried out by one of our approved consultants.

Works can include (but not necessarily limited to):

  • insulation

  • solar panels

  • heat pumps

  • on-site biodiversity schemes

  • energy efficient lighting systems

We can consider capital funding of up to £150,000 towards greening improvements.

When you apply for capital funding to green your building, you’ll be asked to:

  • confirm your building and its activities benefit the wider community and does not exclusively advance the promotion of any of specific religion

  • confirm the building is owned by your organisation or has a lease of over 10 years

  • provide evidence of an Eco Audit completed within the last three years, or of a current Refresher Eco Audit, that recommends the works for which you are seeking funding

How to apply

Before beginning your application, please ensure you have thoroughly read steps one and two to check that our funding is a good fit for you. Please note, we only fund organisations that meet our eligibility criteria.

Application steps:

  1. Find out what’s involved in the application process
  2. Check your eligibility
  3. Start your application

If you are a previous grant holder, or an unsuccessful applicant, please read our reapplication criteria before submitting a new application.