Build affordable homes for sale with proper local amenities

Houses that are genuinely affordable will be built using such mechanisms as community lands trusts (CLT). A CLT is a non-profit company that develops and manages the land in the interest of the community. People can own their own home on it, but the land remains owned by the community, and the equity is shared if an owner sells or moves on, keeping a supply of affordable housing available to buy.

In London, Start Haringey was formed and is building 800 homes on land purchased using the Mayor of London’s Land Fund, with half being classed as ‘genuinely affordable’. Similarly in Liverpool, Granby Four Streets is a CLT renovation of Victorian terraces with disused shops converted into a community retail and creative hub which also provides local jobs.

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