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National CLT Network

The National CLT Network promotes and supports the work of CLTs and its Members across England and Wales

The National CLT Network is the official charity for Community Land Trusts in England and Wales. We work to provide resources, training and advice for CLTs, and advocate on behalf of the CLT movement to Government, local authorities, funders, lenders and others to create the right conditions for CLTs to grow and flourish.

We were officially incorporated in May 2014; you will find us on the Register of Charities as Charity Number 1156952.

The Network was established in September 2010 and initially hosted by the National Housing Federation, the trade body for housing associations in England. 

Our work funded by a variety of charitable contributors including the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, the Tudor Trust, the Oak Foundation and the Nationwide Foundation. We are a membership body, and our membership fees also go towards our core mission.

The Network is run by Catherine Harrington, Director with support from Hannah Fleetwood, Programme Manager. Read more about our team.


Stay in touch with us 

Things are changing fast at the Network, as we launch as a newly independent charity in 2014. We officially launched the new Network on 4 June 2014 at the House of Commons. Meanwhile, you can keep abreast of things on our News page or sign up to our newsletter for regular updates.


What we do

Read more about our mission, our activities and our staff. 

Governance & Accountability

Meet the National CLT Network board, and find out more about upcoming meetings.

Join the Network

We are a membership body for CLTs and those who work with them. Find out more about becoming a member.

Our campaigns

We are working to create the right conditions for CLTs to flourish. This section of the website is coming soon...


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News from the Network

We send out a regular newsletter to all our subscribers. To sign up to receive future e-newsletters please email Hannah Fleetwood on