Making land work
for everyone

We are a think and do tank that supports people managing land for the common good.

At Shared Assets we believe that land is a common good that should deliver shared benefits for everyone.

We provide practical advice, support and training to landowners and communities who want to manage land as a sustainable and productive asset.

We also undertake research, policy and advocacy work to help create an environment where common good models of land management can flourish.

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If you would like to talk to us about how we can hep you, or if you want to find out more about what we do, then we'd love to hear from you.

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Latest news and opinion

Blog articles, news and opinion pieces from the Shared Assets team

Shared Assets response to HoC enquiry on the future of UK land after Brexit

Building on our blog about ‘Brexiting the current land system‘ we recently submitted a response to the Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry into The Future of the Natural Environment After Brexit. We argued that there are significant opportunities to create a new, replenishing relationship between people and the environment, by considering the future of land use in its fullest sense.

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Our response to the CLG committee’s public parks inquiry

Our submission to the current Public Parks Inquiry argues that free to access public parks provide vital spaces to realise some of our fundamental human rights. As such local authorities should have a duty to provide them, but we need to start seeing them as assets not liabilities.

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