I am sympathetic to the cause (both accessibility issues and LHS’s move) but I don’t personally think that spending capital on fixing an issue with the building which you could get kicked out of with little notice (being a meanwhile contract) is a good use of LHS funds, let alone HSF funds.
In my view the money would likely be better spent trying to get LHS legal help and a deposit to get a commercial mortgage to get a permanent home that could be invested in.
I think we need to think strategically about how we spend the money to ensure long term benefit of the money. If we spend money fixing short term issues it will disappear over night. Using it to encourage more spaces, more collaboration, and investing in supporting older spaces like LHS to move into the next stage of a permanent home would be a useful process that would further the goals of HSF and be a learning process that could be documented for other spaces.
Also funding often begets more funding, we should think about this too?