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Community Assets

Published: 2022

The Welsh Parliament (Senedd Cymru) Local Government and Housing Committee undertook an inquiry into community assets, with a specific focus on barriers and opportunities for communities to acquire built assets for community use. The Committee explored how the statutory and policy framework encourages and supports the development of c…

Delivering Zero-Carbon Schools: A practical and innovative business model for the community energy sector

Published: 2022

Schools are at the heart of our local communities; they represent a quarter of public sector carbon emissions, so fully decarbonising their energy will be essential. While two-thirds of local authorities have declared a Climate Emergency, many do not have plans in place to tackle schools’ emissions. This report presents a new business mo…

Leading to Net Zero – Evidence review of communities pioneering low carbon standards

Published: 2021

The consultancy firm Hoyle and Dean was commissioned by the Community Land Trust Network to undertake a “soft touch” review of the approach various community-led housing development teams take towards sustainability and carbon reduction for housing developments within their operating areas. The purpose of the review was to find the overall …

An Evaluation of the CLT Start Up Fund

Published: 2020

The Community Land Trust (CLT) Fund was established in October 2008 as a four-year pilot programme by a consortium of funders which has included the Tudor Trust, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, CAF, Nationwide Foundation and a private donor. The aim of the Fund was to stimulate the development of the CLT sector in England and Wales by providing a…

National CLT Network – State of the Sector 2020

Published: 2020

A summary of current state of the community land trust sector in England and Wales. The data used to compile this report is taken from the Community Led Homes database, the most comprehensive dataset on the sector, and is sourced from community-led housing groups, enabler hubs and funders.

The Urban CLT Project Evaluation

Published: 2018

In 2014, the National Community Land Trust Network launched the Urban Community Land Trusts (CLT) Project, aimed at supporting the expansion of CLTs in urban areas. The project provided 19 participating CLTs with grants of £10,000, giving them the flexibility to determine how best to spend it in accordance with local priorities. The proje…

Review of the Urban Community Land Trusts Project: Survey Report

Published: 2017

In 2014, the National Community Land Trust Network launched the Urban Community Land Trusts (CLT) Project, aimed at supporting the expansion of CLTs in urban areas. The project provided 19 participating CLTs with grants of £10,000, giving them the flexibility to determine how best to spend it in accordance with local priorities. The proje…

Social Network Analysis: ‘How to guide’

Published: 2016

The aim of social network analysis is to understand a community by mapping the relationships that connect them as a network, and then trying to draw out key individuals, groups within the network (‘components’), and/or associations between the individuals.

This guide is intended to help local areas and police forces use intelligence d…

Total place: a whole area approach to public services

Published: 2010

This report, which was published just before the 2010 General Election that swept New Labour from power, set out the government’s ambition for “a new direction for local public services, based on extensive work over the last year by central government, local authorities and their partners.” The measures set out in this document built on the com…

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