Nominations for the 2019 CLT Awards announced!

Wednesday 25 September 2019

The CLT Awards return this October, celebrating people and projects that have achieved great things in the past year.

2018 award winner Kareem Dayes of RUSS CLT


Celebrate with us on Saturday 5 October in Birmingham

Where and when:

The Studio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP

11am - 4.30pm, Saturday 5 October

Register to attend



Following our call for nominations, we are delighted to announce the nominees for this year’s five award categories:

Ain’t no mountain high enough

  • Sarah Hart | Harrogate Affordable Homes
  • Rebecca Lockwood | Wiltshire Community Led Housing Project
  • Carroll Reeve | Lavenham CLT
  • Robert Austin | Thame CLT
  • Jake Sherwood | London
  • Sue Bird | Yorspace

Can’t stop, won’t stop

  • Sarah Hart | Harrogate Affordable Homes
  • Andrew Howarth | Otley CLT
  • Steve Vaux | Seend CLT
  • Bryan Panton | Lavenham CLT
  • Charlie Fisher | Oxfordshire CLT & Collaborative Housing
  • Leonie Weber | Community Assets for Society and Housing (CASH CLT)
  • Monica King | Bridport Cohousing CLT
  • Trevor Cherrett | Wiltshire CLT

When life gives you lemons

  • North Ormesby CLT
  • The Peninsula Trust
  • PEACH (E16 CLT)

People-powered homes

  • Otley CLT
  • Peninsula Villages CLT
  • Forest CLT
  • The Peninsula Trust
  • Brighton and Hove CLT
  • Coldean Community Organisation 

What a wonderful world

  • Rural Urban Synthesis Society CLT (RUSS)
  • South Downs Eco CLT
  • Swaffham Prior CLT
  • Wyre CLT

 

As well as celebrating the CLT movement and the remarkable work taking place by so many, we will also be holding our AGM and a series of peer-to-peer workshops on topics and issues important to groups. 

The sessions will cover business planning; other things CLTs can steward land for, for example, shops, workspaces, community energy systems, woodland or conservation to name a few; Governance; and working with councils.

Places are still available to this free event and members can also take advantage of £40 bursaries to help cover travel costs (one per group). To apply for a bursary please email Anne.

 

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