18/06/2018 – London Community Land Trust to deliver affordable homes on TfL sites as part of Mayor’s drive to boost community-led homebuilders
Campaigners from Citizens UK and London Community Land Trust (London CLT) are celebrating today after hearing that London CLT has been chosen to deliver flagship Community Land Trust homes on two sites brought forward by Transport for London as part of the Mayor of London’s ‘Small Sites, Small Builders’ programme.
The announcement follows a campaign by local groups that are part of national charity Citizens UK, with local organisations such as St-George-in-the-East, Shadwell and The Advocacy Academy of Lambeth Citizens leading the effort.
You can read more about the campaign and our new sites here: TfL Small Sites – Press Release – Monday 18 June.
17/05/2018 – Brasted Close site goes into planning!
This was a big day for Lewisham Citizens who handed in the planning application for CLT housing in Brasted Close.
London CLT have been working closely with them on the campaign and preparation of the plans for the site and very happy to see support from many including Mayor of Lewisham Damien Egan!
18/04/2018 – We’re recruiting!
We are now recruiting for a part-time Project Coordinator. Please find the job description under this link.
If you are interested in applying, please send your CV along with a cover letter to email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is 25th May 2018.
22/03/2018 – Submission of bids for CLT sites in Shadwell and Lambeth
Today we were at City Hall handing in bids for CLT sites in Lambeth and Shadwell for permanently and genuinely affordable housing. Here’s hoping!
09/02/2018 – Mayor of London earmarks sites for community-led housing
Community Land Trust homes are to be built on two of the largest sites as part of Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s small homebuilders programme. Land at Cable Street, near Shadwell DLR in Tower Hamlets, and a site at Christchurch Road in Lambeth will both be earmarked for community-led housing and will deliver 100 % affordable housing.
01/02/2018 — EU Funding News
London CLT have successfully secured EU funding through the Sustainable Housing for Inclusive and Cohesive Cities (SHICC) project.
The SHICC Project seeks to support the establishment of more successful CLTs in cities across the North Western European region. Over the three-year project it will invest in four existing CLTs in Brussels, Ghent, Lille and London to ‘prove the concept’, create a supportive local, regional and national policy, funding and regulatory environment for CLTs and build a movement across the region.