Published: 24th Jul 2018

Beth Boorman is communications manager of the National Community Land Trust Network, a charity that provides funding, resources, training and advice for CLTs across the UK. She spoke to Thomas Barrett about why momentum is growing for the CLT movement.     You have just returned from a CLT event in Keswick. What was that about? We do showcase events of CLTs across the country where fledgeling CLTs can come and see a project in the flesh and speak to groups who have gone through the whole process. Keswick are onto their 4th project now, getting on quietly and doing some really great work up north. They’re producing really unique projects each time, thinking about what space is available and what’s the best way to use it. What’s top of the agenda? Top of our agenda is the Community Housing Fund, which was recently announced. It’s been a very long … (To read the full article, subscribe below)