The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: July 2015
Tattenhall Parish Council, members of our community, Sanctuary Housing Group, Cheshire Community Action and Cheshire West & Chester Council are currently working together to establish a Community Land Trust (CLT). The CLT vision is to provide a number of short term single occupancy dwellings, the priority being for young people with a strong local connection. This project is being developed to provide a stepping stone for young individuals in independent living and in establishing their own home.
We need help and involvement from younger members of our community in the estabishment of this CLT. If you would like to be actively involved then please contact our Secretary, Sheila Chapman, on 01829 770960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will continue to report on this initiative when we know more — watch this space.
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