BCCF intends developing a Built Heritage Skills training facility. It will function independently for wider course development but will also work with the College of West Anglia on their proposed Access (Adult returner) and Degree programmes, as well as on a range of lower level also public access courses.
It will be taking over a barn at Home Farm on the Houghton Estate, West Norfolk for the Heritage Skills Centre. The first phase in a development would be the establishment of a Heritage Skills Centre for the practical skills side of the degree course and other courses and then hopefully space for the creation of student accommodation facilities as the second phase of the development.
Parking space is essential both for students and staff use as well as providing access for delivery of materials.