Our chief executive, Tom, spent a few days in Cornwall, speaking at a conference and meeting some...
Our chief executive, Tom Chance, summarises our various lobbying activities and where the community land trust movement stands amid this shifting political climate.
The Chair of our board of trustees, Steve Hoey, reflects on his visit to Brussels for a meeting exploring the future of a Europe-wide community land trust network.
New research carried out by the Community Land Trust Network reveals the strong levels of local...
The Community Housing Fund Revenue Programme 2021/22 has awarded 52 grants to community organisations across England who are planning to deliver over 1,200 additional affordable homes. More than half of the bids were from community land trusts (CLTs), which remain the largest driver of growth in the community led housing sector.
The Community Land Trust Network has brought together a group of nine CLT ambassadors from CLT...
This guest blog was authored by Hannah Emery-Wright, Communities Manager with London CLT, and Claudia Firth, freelance Community Management Consultant and resident of a London co-op. It covers what a Resident Management Company (RMC) is, how London CLT set one up and the lessons learnt along the way.
The Community Land Trust Network has brought together a group of eight CLT peer researchers to...
From the 14th to the 16th of October, more than 30 representatives from the Community Led Homes...
Rosie McBride (Research Officer) and Tom Chance (joint Chief Executive) write about our new State of the Sector report, and what it tells us about the community led housing sector in ‘left behind’ parts of England.
New comprehensive analysis of CLTs published by the National CLT Network shows the growing impact of the movement and the scale of the market opportunities opening.
Shelley Feldman at Heart of Hastings CLT writes about bottom up regeneration work, and why it matters.
Creating a strong and effective community land trust is a journey. And key to a CLT’s long-term success is a robust and diverse membership.
Dan Barron, a community organiser at PEACH, tells the story of how PEACE formed and how it’s building community power.
Authored by Lianna Etkind, London CLT. London CLT, and the 23 genuinely affordable homes built at St Clements, wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the power of community organising.
Blog Authored by Chris Brown, igloo on what resident led council estate generation looks like.
Research undertaken by the National Community Land Trust Network has revealed that a third of local authorities in England are now supporting community led housing development.
Andrea Jones of Brighton & Hove CLT explains why the CLT started out assuming we would not become an RP and why they changed their minds.