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What is Windsor Ascot & Maidenhead Community Land Trust?

Inspired by the growing national Community Led Housing movement, our objective is to provide housing that is:

  • affordable and environmentally sustainable in perpetuity

  • clearly linked to the needs of local communities

  • created with the community involvement in each scheme

We are part of a broad movement encompassing a range of approaches:

  • co-housing or co-operative housing

  • self build housing

  • new build

  • regeneration or the use of existing buildings

We are a member of the National CLT Network and like all CLTs, WAMLT is 'not for profit'. 

What is a CLT?

 

What are Community Land Trusts and why do people get involved?  This video explains how CLTs work and benefit local housing needs.

Why not join us?

We welcome you to come and join us.

Community-let housing is about local people uniting together to create genuinely affordable homes and strong communities. 

You may just be interested in the idea or be looking for a home for yourself or your family in the future. 

We welcome people over the age of 18 and those who support the aims of the organisation. 

Vist our Contact Us page to get in touch

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Some CLT Success stories 

We have been inspired by the growing number of successful CLTs and Community Housing Project around the country.  Check out the some of the links below to understand what other CLTs have been up to.... 

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A successful CLT group supporting around 50 CLTs with over 100 affordable homes completed across Devon, Somerset and Dorset, with many more homes  in planning. Find out more here

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50 affordable homes planned on an old

hospital site - click to learn more about StART

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Fishponds Road scheme of 12 homes completed and a new scheme of 50 homes at Shaldon Road just approved - learn more here