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Alan was talking at the launch of the South West Observatory's Housing and Planning Module, which took place in Bristol onn 29/11/2011. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Community-Led Development through Community Land Trusts- the Cornish Experience: Community-Led Development through Community Land Trusts- the Cornish Experience Alan Fox Director Cornwall CLT Limited Community-led development in Cornwall: Community-led development in Cornwall Cornwall Rural H.A. Summary of Cornwall CLT Project What has been achieved Case studies Critical success factors Impact of Localism Act...Cornwall Rural Housing Association: Cornwall Rural Housing Association Established 1985 294 homes in management Staff: 4 full time 2 part timeDevelopment : Development CRHA received grant direct as a “specialist” housing provider2010/2011 programme: 2010/2011 programme 44 homes for rent 22 homes for sale via community land trustsDelabole: Delabole Twenty homes for rent Completed December 2010 Featuring solar PV, high levels of insulation, passive solar gainDelabole: Delabole Twenty homes for rent Completed December 2010 Featuring solar PV, high levels of insulation, passive solar gainSt Agnes, Isles of Scilly: St Agnes, Isles of Scilly Two 3 bedroom houses One 2 bedroom bungalow Completed January 2011 Site selected by islandersSt Martin’s, Isles of Scilly: St Martin’s, Isles of Scilly Two 3 bedroom houses Completed during February 2011 Featuring solar thermal, wood burning stoves, rainwater harvesting Cornwall Community Land Trust Project: Cornwall Community Land Trust Project Two year project commencing April 2006 Appointment of full-time Project Manager Funding initially from: The Tudor Trust Cornwall County Council DEFRA Further funding & support from North Cornwall DC, Restormel BC, Carrick DC, Caradon DC, Penwith DC & Kerrier DCAims of Project: Aims of Project To develop local CLTs across the county To demonstrate through actual projects how CLTs can deliver affordable housing and other community projects To set mechanisms for future delivery To develop an “umbrella” CLT for the whole county of CornwallCounty CLT and Local CLTs: County CLT and Local CLTs Cornwall Community Land Trust Local CLTs formed: St Minver CLT Ltd St Just in Roseland CLT Ltd St Ewe Affordable Homes Ltd Camelot Country CIC Lands End Peninsula CLT Ltd Luxulyan CLTCLT schemes : CLT schemes 55 homes completed 32 under construction Almost 50% of what has been delivered by CLTs nationally Large pipeline of schemes Other community objectives.Joint CRHA/CLT Schemes: Joint CRHA/CLT Schemes St Teath 6 homes for rent Completed December 2010 10 homes for Cornwall CLT Completed March 2011 St Ewe (pictured) 2 homes for rent 4 homes for sale via St Ewe Affordable Homes Completed January 2011Joint CRHA/CLT Schemes: Joint CRHA/CLT Schemes St Minver CLT Rock 4 homes for rent Completed January 2011 8 self-build plots for St Minver CLTCase Study 1 St Minver Community Land Trust : Case Study 1 St Minver Community Land Trust Land - £10k per plot (owner paid for detailed planning, surveys etc.) Rural “exceptions” site in Area of Outstanding Natural BeautySt Minver Community Land Trust: St Minver Community Land Trust Phase one 12 self-build bungalowsSt Minver Community Land Trust: St Minver Community Land Trust Funding: £5k set-up grant plus interest free loan of £544k as development finance from North Cornwall DCSt Minver Community Land Trust: St Minver Community Land Trust Average subsidy at £3,000 per dwellingSt Minver Community Land Trust: St Minver Community Land Trust Completed on time and on budget All homes occupied by self-builders before Christmas 2008St Minver Community Land Trust: St Minver Community Land Trust Final total costs were: 2 bed - £77,847 3 bed - £84,014St Minver Community Land Trust: St Minver Community Land Trust The CLT is using the resale covenant model with pre-emption agreement to ensure that all future sales are affordable and to local people. Resales will be fixed at 31.3% of open market value (OMV )Case study 2 Blisland : Case study 2 Blisland Joint Cornwall Rural HA & Cornwall CLT schemeBlisland: Blisland 7 homes for rent Funding from North Cornwall DC and Housing CorporationBlisland: Blisland 6 homes for sale Funding from North Cornwall DCBlisland: Blisland “ Pilot” application for CLT homes submitted to Housing Corporation November 2007; rejected January 2008Blisland: Blisland Homes sold to local qualifying people £120,000 for a 3 bed house (69% of OMV) £100,000 for a 2 bed house (62.5% of OMV)Blisland: Blisland All future resales will be controlled by the CLT or its successorCase study 3- The Sidings, DelaboleC: Case study 3- The Sidings, DelaboleC This is a development of affordable 14 two and three bedroom homes for sale by Camelot Country CIC ; Land (zoned as industrial) acquired from the RDA; Initial feasibility grant from the Tudor Trust of £2,500; Pre-development loan of £17,000 from the CLT Fund; Development Finance- loans totalling £1.5 million (lenders: Charity Bank, Venturesome and Cornwall Council). This is a “grant free” scheme. Start on site achieved on 29th August, 2011 & will complete by 31st May, 2012. Site is adjacent to Delabole slate quarry (see next slide). Critical Factors for Success: Critical Factors for Success CLTs being able to work with supportive partner Realistic goals Local community support Local authority support Availability of development finance Availability of mortgage finance Support through national CLT network Opportunities: Localism Act: Opportunities: Localism Act Localism Act (enacted 15 th November 2011) Community Right to Build Community Right to Buy Community Right to reclaim land (outside Act) Housing Strategy (21 st November 2011) Custom Homes Programme HCA held-back fundingSlide 34: Alan fox Director Cornwall CLT Limited firstname.lastname@example.org www.crha.org.uk www.communitylandtrust.org.uk You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.