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Presentation from our seminar, Community Ownership and Asset Transfer


Guideline created by Development Trusts Association Scotland, giving advice on the main characteristics of a trust, types of trust, key points to consider, and use of a trust for a new community based project.


Report from Nigel Kinnaird Chair of Development Trusts NI at its AGM March 2016


Draft response from the conference to the Department for Social Development 'Community Asset Transfer Policy Framework Consultation Document'.The completed response will be available shortly.


STEP is a community anchor organisation, based in Dungannon and working across Mid Ulster working directly with individuals and neighbourhood groups ‘furthest from the top table’ to participate actively in building and sustaining their communities.


Executive summary findings and recommendations of consultation exercise undertaken on behalf of the Department for Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD), to test the feasibility of a community ownership model for Lough Neagh.


DTNI has concluded a seven month consultation exercise undertaken on behalf of the Department for Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD), to test the feasibility of a community ownership model for Lough Neagh (privately owned by the Shaftesbury Estate).


An economic framework to define and measure social value in community asset transfers - A Pro Bono Economics report for Power to Change


Presentation to DTNI/Locality Conference 'The NI Conversation 13: Assets & Ambition Communities Leading Social Change'


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