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Community Led Housing Workshop

31st March 2021

The Virtual online Workshop is one of a series which will take place monthly on Thursday's at 7pm using Zoom. The first session will happen on 8th April and deal with What is Community-Led Housing?

This workshop is designed to help those who would like to better understand the idea of Community-Led Housing and how it can play a part in sustaining their local community by providing affordable housing to those in housing needs locally.

It is also for those who are looking to and have formed a Group to take the concept of Community-Led Housing to the next stage. That Group would be looking to build Affordable Homes for local residents. 

The workshop will explain in simple terms, what community-led housing is all about and how the community is involved in the process, the type of support that is available, what different types of Community-Led Housing models can be developed and the need to communicate effectively with your community in order to ensure they understand and support your ideas.

The Workshop was delivered by Peter Hirschfeld, Humber and Wolds Rural Action's Community Led Housing Adviser, who works with the North Yorkshire & East Riding Community-Led Housing Hub.

To register your interest in attending this and future event, please email or phone 01904 704177 in order to get an email invite to the next workshop on Zoom on 8th April 2021 at 7pm.

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