- Department for Communities and Local Government
- 8 December 2016
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Outlines alternative approaches to regeneration, including community-led housing.
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There are a number of different approaches to delivering housing supply, many of which sit under the broad heading of community-led housing. This term is commonly used to describe homes that are developed and/or managed by local people or residents, most commonly in not-for-profit organisational structures.
This section of the estate regeneration national strategy outlines these alternatives, including co-operative housing, community land trusts, development trusts, self-help and self-build housing, community-led housing associations, mutuals and almshouses.
View the complete Estate Regeneration National Strategy.
Published: 8 December 2016