Historic houses are at the heart of Britain's world-leading tourism industry - attracting millions of visitors, generating thousands of jobs, supporting communities across the country and driving the rural economy.
Based in Westminster, our dedicated policy team works closely with government, stakeholders and politicians across the political spectrum to shape and influence policy for the benefit of heritage tourism.
We are passionate about the extraordinary historic houses we represent, and are committed to advocating for a fiscal and regulatory framework in which they are able to thrive for the benefit of the nation.
We ensure our houses are robustly represented in policymaking in areas such as taxation, de-regulation, planning and tourism through:
- Direct discussion with ministers and civil servants
- Regular meetings with MPs, peers and politicians in Scotland and Wales
- Written responses to consultations and calls for evidence
- Production of research and evidence for policymaking
Visit our campaign pages and policy submissions page to find out about our latest work in these policy areas.
Want to find out more about what we do? Contact the policy team directly, keep up to date with what we're up to via the policy news page and social media, or if you're a house owner member, log in here for advice and guidance.