Cornwall Community Land Trust has built or helped communities build over 150 affordable homes throughout Cornwall, and works with 10 local community land trusts.
Lilac UK’s first affordable ecological cohousing project: a community of 20 households and a common house, based in Bramley, West Leeds.
Leathermarket JMB tenant management organisation managing 1,400 homes in London Borough of Southwark. Currently developing new homes on their estate.
20/20 Housing Co-op 49 rented homes in Balsall Heath and Moseley for single people and families, Birmingham. Buys some services from Birmingham Co-operative Housing Services.
The Threshold Centre 14 dwellings at Cole Street Farm – 7 of them affordable rented and shared ownership with a local housing association. A cohousing and sustainable education centre.
Corry Valley CLT
6 homes and flats for local people in Dalwood, East Devon. Developed with support from Wessex CLT project – which has developed several local CLTs in the area.
Watmos Community Homes a community-led landlord based around eleven Tenant Management Organisations in Walsall and London, managing about 1,800 homes between them.
Water Tower Housing Co-op
37 flats and a communal lounge in a converted ex water tower in Southall – a grade 2 listed building built in 1903. Buys services from Co-op Homes.
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