A free workshop showing how to set up a community led housing scheme is to be held on Saturday, 5 October from 9.30am-12.30pm at the Parish Rooms, Minster Yard North, Beverley.
The workshop is aimed at those who have already thought about how to develop such schemes, alongside those who are new to the concept and want to know more.
Workshop discussions by a range of speakers will cover providing affordable community led housing for local people, including those on more modest incomes, young families, young people living at home with parents, and older residents seeking to downsize.
Community led housing helps to keep communities together and retain local services, along with putting the local community in the driving seat.
The scheme, in other parts of the country, has helped communities produce successful developments, and this workshop will be discussing whether similar projects can develop in the East Riding.
To register a place at the workshop, please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/communithy-led-housing-seminar-opportunities-and-achievements-tickets-69984229715?aff=ebdssbdestsearch or contact (01652) 637700 for more information.
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