Hearth was set up by the National Trust and the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society to restore historic buildings in Northern Ireland which are at risk of dereliction or loss. It now comprises two independant charities managed by the same committee.

Hearth Housing Association provides social housing for rent in restored historic buildings and some associated new buildings.

Hearth Revolving Fund generally restores historic buildings for re-sale, but also manages some properties, and is not restricted to housing uses.

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Camden Street following its recent restoration
The image above is a recent photograph of one of Hearth's schemes.

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