Are you worried that local residents can’t afford to live in your area?
Do you lack smaller homes for young people or long-term residents to downsize to?
Are you looking to deliver new housing for your community?
Community led housing can help local groups to solve housing problems, create their own genuinely affordable homes and build stronger communities.
In January 2018, Hambleton’s Hudswell Community Charity celebrated the opening of three new homes which included a contribution from the Community Housing Fund, the first in North Yorkshire.
Community First Yorkshire is now working with Hambleton District Council and Ryedale District Council to tackle the problems of providing local housing for local people at an affordable price.
Download our leaflet that explains how to get started on your community led housing project here.
What are the practicalities of working with communities to build genuinely affordable homes?
Community First Yorkshire and Humber & Wolds Rural Action (HWRA) are hosting a FREE conference on how to develop housing solutions for communities, from funding and finance, to planning and developing solutions.
A useful event for landowners, developers, councillors, housing enablers, surveyors and architects.
FREE 5 hours CPD for professionals. Certificate provided.
Parish councils, community groups, land owners, or anyone interested in community-led housing can meet to find out how to develop affordable community housing. We hold various workshops across Hambleton and Ryedale and will post future dates here.
There are a lot of resources available to help you get your community-led housing project or idea off the ground.
From financial advice to planning guidance, find out what other communities have achieved with their community-led housing schemes:
We’ve produced a number of videos to help you through the process of setting up your community-led housing project:
An overview of community-led housing in Yorkshire.
Hear from a Hudswell resident as he talks about his new home.
We have also produced a whole range of information videos you might be interested in on You Tube.
For any further information or support please email Hayley Johnson or t: 01904 704 177.