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Planning app now in for Dorchester Area CLT’s 19 town centre affordable homes. Supported by @placesforpeople strategic capital grant @DorsetCouncilUK revenue grant @DorchesterTown land @ReedWattsArch design @HomesEngland revenue grant @WessexCLT technical advice. Fingers crossed!

Queen Camel CLT is one of the first we supported. They provided 20 homes in 2015 and look at them now! "You still have time to become a shareholder in the Old School – the deadline is 29th November 2019" https://www.oldschoolqueencamel.org.uk/ Please retweet.

Rise of the coastal CLTs. We’re supporting trusts in Lyme Regis, Lynton & Lynmouth, Croyde, Combe Martin, Salcombe, Newton & Noss, Burton Bradstock, Portland, Boscombe and Weymouth. Appledore has just completed. Public meeting in Woolacombe tomorrow. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-49890749

Good news - the #BrightIdeasFund application deadline has been EXTENDED to Monday 7 October!

The programme supports new community business ideas through start-up & planning stages with business support, to implementation stage with grants up to £15k.

➡️ https://mycommunity.org.uk/funding-options/bright-ideas-fund

Appledore, Chagford, Upper Coly, Dorchester and more ... our Autumn Update is here: https://mailchi.mp/8b32b1427842/wessex-clt-project-autumn-update-2019

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Community Housing Hub
Community Housing Hub

Support for communities wishing to lead a development of affordable homes for local people in their community.

Community Enterprises
Community Enterprises

Support for groups establishing community-owned businesses including shops, farms, workspaces or pubs.

Register your society
Register your society

Registration service for new community benefit societies and community land trusts, using our FCA-approved Model Rules.


Wessex CLT Project
Wessex CLT Project

Creating partnerships between communities and Housing Associations

Standalone CLTs
Standalone CLTs

New service: details to follow

Other approaches
Other approaches

New service: details to follow