Reconstructing Public Housing by Matt Thompson

We are very proud to announce that Dr Matt Thompson a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Heseltine Institute and Homebaked member has published his book based on a detailed research into Liverpool’s history on Liverpool’s hidden collective housing alternatives.
Matt explores how Liverpool became host to two pioneering social movements in collective housing and urban regeneration experimentation: the housing co-op movements in the 1970s; and more recent campaigns for urban community land trusts, featuring both Homebaked CLT and our friends at Granby Four Streets.

You can read more here.

Homebaked CLT in the Financial Times

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 […]

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People Power Vol.2 is here!

People Power vol. 2 is a publication created by members of Homebaked CLT, local organisation and residents and with contributions from across Liverpool and beyond. Inspired by A Homebaked Kinda Day in February 2021 we explore what it means to live, work and play well in a complex and challenging world. In this issue of […]

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What are Community Shares?

Gearing up for our community share offer – a great way for people to invest in the things they believe in and have a democratic say over the business – we learned from our advisor Jo Bird everything you need to know about this great cooperative financial tool. Do you want to find out more? […]

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