Making it happen in Wales
The CCH is working with the Welsh Government and the Wales Co-operative Centre to develop new co-operative homes. Co-operative housing for any community in Wales summarises the first schemes being developed.

The success of the programme points the way for any community, any local authority or any housing association in Wales to develop co-operative housing, enabling more local communities to develop their own housing solutions.”
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Home Farm Village Housing Co-op
41 affordable rented homes next to the Ely River in Cardiff. Developed with Cadwyn Housing.

Old Oak Housing Co-op
27 intermediate rented homes in Carmarthen, working with Carmarthenshire County Council and Grŵp Gwalia

Ty Cylfe
8 starter homes for 16 to 24 year olds with skilled youth team support in Torfaen. Developed by Own 2 Feet Living Service – part of Bron Afon Community Housing.

Loftus Gardens Co-op
20 shared ownership homes with a shared common space and garden on the Loftus Gardens estate in Newport. Developed by Seren Group.

Taf Fechan Housing Co-op
hree regenerated blocks for people on low incomes at 90% market rent in Gellideg, Merthyr Tydfil. Developed by MV Homes and Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council

West Rhyl Community Land Trust
 community co-op set up to regenerate West Rhyl. Transforming former houses in multiple occupation into family homes managed co-operatively.

Our land, our future
There is a growing debate on setting up community land trusts in Wales. The Potential for Community Land Trusts in Wales examines the possibilities.
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