By recruiting the right board members, you can ensure that your community led housing organisation has strong foundations to secure it is run effectively and is stable in the long term.
A complete submission to the Treasury 2020 Comprehensive Spending Review which supports the National CLT Network submission and includes some local evidence for Wiltshire.
In this post, the Homes of Our Own team discuss how Community-Led Housing presents a solution to challenges faced by communities impacted by Covid-19.
An update from the Homes of Our Own team during the current COVID-19 outbreak.
Seend Community Land and Asset Trust has submitted its Park Farm planning application for a development of one four-bed self-build house and 10 affordable houses.
Pewsey Community Land Trust has moved a step closer to its goals, with plans to build up to 26 new homes for local people.
Villagers in Seend got a final chance to have their say on plans which will see new affordable homes built there, allowing people who were born and raised locally to have a chance of getting on the housing ladder.
People who want to help get affordable homes built in their community should find the process easier with the launch of a Community Housing Advice Hub covering the county.
People priced out of being able to afford a home are being given a helping hand by villages who want to attract young families and key workers into their community.
In Wiltshire, £650,000 has been received from central government. This has allowed Community First and Wiltshire Council to join with the National CLT to form a team that can help with rural surveys, links to planners and advice on funding.
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