What would it take to level up communities that are left behind? That question will be at the top...
“If the purpose of housing was understood as building homes and communities, not merely building accommodation with bricks and mortar, the whole nature of the industry would be changed.” What would that look like?
Blog authored by Dr Tom Archer, independent research consultant and a research fellow at Sheffield Hallam University on the future pipeline of community led housing.
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.
New research setting out community led housing’s high value for money delivery boosts the case for the Community Housing Fund to be renewed.
The case for the Community Housing Fund to be extended has been strengthened as a new report commissioned by a consortium of charities reveals a potential pipeline of over 23,000 affordable community led homes.
Our co-chief executive, Tom Chance, explores what community means in the context of the CLT movement.
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.
Guest blog from Charli Bristow, Research and Projects Manager at Future of London, talks municipalism after having chaired the SHICC conference’s closing plenary, on the topic.
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.