First EU-wide study published on family-owned heritage houses

jachthuis Sint Hubertus
Jachthuis Sint Hubertus at the Hoge Veluwe, The Netherlands. Image: Peter van der Wielen, Wikimedia.

The European Commission presents first EU-wide study on heritage houses that provides insights for homeowners and communities on how to reinvent these private properties in the 21 century.

Over a 1,000 house-owners replied to the survey that preceded the study. This shows that there is much enthusiasm from home owners to cooperate with the EU, because the problems that they are facing in the present have never been properly addressed at this level. This EU report also puts forward several policy recommendations and suggests innovative business models based on best practices.

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