This paper, produced by the Social Life team when at The Young Foundation, reviews the experience of urban community land trusts in England. It identifies practical lessons about how to establish a community land trust and investigates common issues and obstacles to success. The paper explores the potential for community land trusts to be established in key neighbourhoods in the city as a vehicle for on-going community regeneration.

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Posted on: 1 December 2011 Authors: Douglas Cochrane, Nicola Bacon, Saffron Woodcraft,

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