Georgeham Parish Community Land Trust Limited (“CLT”) was set up to help provide much needed housing that people in the Parish can afford. A Housing Needs Survey in 2019 conducted on behalf of Georgeham Parish Council evidenced that need. Click on the the underlined wording to down load the 2019 Survey here. Housing Needs Survey 2019
The CLT has received grant funding and is working with a local landowner and a housing association (Aster Group) on a project to deliver 19 dwellings in Georgeham. The CLT is advised by Middlmarch CLH who specialise in assisting CLTs to provde affordable housing for their local communities. A primary criteria when it comes to allocation of the homes will be having a local connection to the Parish. The proposed site is to the south of Newberry Road. The CLT is run by voluteers from the Parish and is a not for profit Community Benefit Society (registered with the Financial Conduct Authority under the Cooperative & Community Benefit Societies Act 2014).
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We are a membership organisation. To find out why and how to become a member visit the membership page.
Become a Member
The CLT is a membership organisation. You become a member by purchasing a minimum of one share and signing the membership form. One share costs £1.00. Membership is open to all residents of the parish and those who work in the parish. To find out more visit the membership page.
Become a Board Member
The current Board are all members of the CLT, and volunteers with a local connection to Georgeham Parish. The Board carries out the aims of the CLT. The current aim is to provide genuinely affordable housing for people with a close link to the Parish. More details about what is involved as a Board Member can be found here.
Registered Office – Wyclif, Croyde, Devon, EX33 1NH
Registration Number: 8265
Georgeham Parish Community Land Trust Ltd is part of the Community Led Homes Start Up Support Programme.
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