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Community-led housing webinar series

20 May 2020

The Wrigleys community-led housing team is delivering a series of bite-size webinars.

We are pleased to announce that the Wrigleys community-led housing team is delivering a series of bite-size webinars over the next few weeks, on legal topics relevant to community-led housing groups. 

The webinars will cover all stages of a community-led housing development, from setting up a new legal structure and financing your project, through to securing your site, contracting with third parties and deciding what housing tenure to offer.

Join the CLH team every week, on Thursdays at 11am, from June until early August.  Register for each webinar using the links below.

Thursday 4 June - Legal structures for community-led housing

Thursday 11 June - Raising finance for your project

Thursday 18 June - Charitable status and community-led housing

Thursday 25 June - Securing your site

Thursday 2 July - Maintaining harmony within a community-led housing group

Thursday 9 July - Contracting with third parties: assess & manage risks

Thursday 16 July - Working with housing associations

Thursday 23 July - Demystifying models of affordable housing

Thursday 30 July - Becoming a registered provider of social housing

Thursday 6 August - Community asset transfers

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