Anthony Collins Solicitors, Birmingham Law Society’s Firm of Year 2018, has been supporting community-led housing for over 25 years.

“We want every community to be able to start a Community Land Trust, to solve their own housing needs. These new model rules take them one step closer to that goal, making it cost effective to incorporate their CLT with a strong governance model and new ways to raise finance. It has been a pleasure to work on this with Anthony Collins Solicitors, one of the leading firms in the community-led housing sector. They have brought their knowledge and perseverance to updating these rules, which we expect to be put to good use by the dozens of new CLTs starting up each year.”

Tom Chance, Head of Grants and Development at National CLT Network commented.

National Community Land Trust Network (NCLTN)

We recently revised the model rules for CLTs working alongside Tom Chance of NCLT Network to meet all of the regulatory requirements in respect of the same.

Offer incorporation packages using the NCLTN Model Rules for a fixed price.

Housing Co-operatives

Experts in governance and co-operative society law. Working with the Wales Co-operative Centre and proud partner of the Confederation of Co-operative Housing. 

Hot-off-the-press CLH Toolkit

Our experience and expertise were recognised when we were appointed in 2017 by the Housing Associations’ Charitable Trust (HACT) to draft the legal elements of a new online toolkit for community-led housing, aimed at local authorities and housing professionals, which launched on 9 May 2018!

CLT Developments

We are involved in a number of exciting projects including partnering projects with CLTs, Housing Associations and private landowners for the development of localised affordable housing.

NFTMO Conference 2018

We will be in Blackpool this year to sponsor the NFTMO conference and deliver workshops. We are looking forward to the new venue and spending the weekend with TMO members and fellow advisors.

Wessex Community Assets

We are working with Wessex Community Assets and a number of their members who are developing a number of CLT sites across Devon, Somerset and Dorset.

Leathermarket CBS

Southwark Council has voted unanimously to approve the land lease and funding agreements for 40 genuinely affordable new homes at Joseph Lancaster site, Borough, London.

Further information

Download a copy of this guide online. For more information, please get in touch with Sarah Patrice, Rose Klemperer or Dominic Curran.