Homebaked Community Land Trust lies on the boundary of Everton and Anfield, just opposite Liverpool Football Club. We are a growing group of local residents who have been working together since 2012 to shape the place where we live and work in community ownership.
Starting from having saved our iconic neighbourhood bakery from demolition and supported our first tenant, Homebaked Bakery, to develop into a thriving community business, we are now transforming the adjacent terrace into environmentally sustainable, quality homes and commercial spaces at genuinely affordable rent. By regenerating our high street 'brick by brick and loaf by loaf', we will be using money spent in the neighbourhood to benefit our communities.
Our work is based on the simple belief that we all deserve to live well; for us that means making sure that the homes and spaces we create together are high quality and kept affordable to the people who live and work here - not just now, but also for future generations. We believe that living well includes access to an environment that provides good jobs, great food, and welcoming spaces to meet, share stories, learn, and celebrate.
Homebaked CLT are pleased to announce Andrew Beattie as the new Chair of the Board. Appointed at the 2023 Annual General Meeting in November, Andrew has been a longstanding member of the organisation, and involved in many different capacities over the years, including as a board member. He replaces previous chair Ralph Bullivant, who had […]
It’s that time of year again … time for our AGM! This year’s AGM will be held on Thursday 16th November from 5:30pm to 7pm at The Church pub (148-152 Oakfield Rd, L4 0UH), in the community room – please use the side entrance on the right. Members who can’t attend in person will also be able to […]
We are really pleased to have been included in the Financial Times this weekend, in an article about the role community land trusts can play in providing affordable homes across the country. If you already subscribe to the Financial Times, you can read the article here. If you are not a subscriber, you can read […]