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Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
Co Operative Property Development
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Co Operative Property Development

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A new way of bringing building back to use and communities back to life

A new way of bringing building back to use and communities back to life

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  • Emma Harrison A4E 1986, 2000 employed\nHeadingley\nFordhall Farm - £500,000 through Share Issue. FC United of Manchester target £2m\nEarth Centre\nYorkshire Food Restaurant\n
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    • 1. Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre 1,000 members - 9,000 permanent residents £1.2m project
    • 2. 200 shareholders Unity Hall, Wakefield£4m project
    • 3. 600 seater hall
    • 4. Huttons, West St, WORKSHOPS Sheffield RETAIL GALLERY CONFERENCING£1m project - no grants - 200 shareholders?
    • 5. MORE WORKSHOP, OFFICE AND MEETING SPACE BAKERS, MICRO BREWERY, CRAFT CAFE / BAR LANDSCAPED EVENTS AND SITTING AREA
    • 6. Hebden Bridge Town Hall 500 ‘friends’ in a town of 9,000 30 enterprise units, full within 3 months £3.5m project
    • 7. Peopledriven;exciting
    • 8. Key Fund offers loans up to £150,000, structured to fit with income flows, and is prepared to take risks
    • 9. 125 year lease, turnover related rent
    • 10. So what’s different? COIN STREET13 acres, 50 shops, 220 homes, leisure centres etc
    • 11. NEXT STEPS• Become a self conscious movement - gather round a co-operative property web site. Keep it cheap• Aim for a site in every town; seek out opportunities and individuals to seize them• Gather members and share property management and business information• Raise potential with decision makers

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