Tenure Models in Community Ownership

Tenure Models in Community Ownership

Hannah Gardiner

This spectrum, created by Kate Swade, reflects the diverse nature of agreements of tenure than communities can consider when working towards taking on land or an asset and what might be appropriate for different uses. In some cases, there may also be a ‘journey’ with a lease leading to more responsibility and eventually, ownership as trust and track record are built. This can be useful for the community in question as well, as business models are tested and resource built to back the maintenance overheads required by ownership. Consideration should be made by the local authority of how much freedom and security are necessary to enable any investment needed and support innovation growth.

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