Author Archives: Gary Hartin

Blog: Decision time for the Community Housing Fund

When Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak MP, delivers his spending review to the House of Commons next week, he’ll undoubtedly feel a great many eyes boring into him. As a nation, we face twin-battles, Covid-19 and the directly related economic implications. When considered against this challenge, our request that the Chancellor renews the Community […]

Blog: For the new Housing Minister, funding for community homes is a key task

“I’m joining with others across the sector to support the National Community Land Trust Network in its call to the government to take a longer-term, more sustainable view of its funding of community-led housing.” – Gary Hartin For those interested in the housing world, the installation of the new Housing Minister, Christopher Pincher is worthy […]

Blog: Research, not gut-feelings, can change our broken housing system

“As funders we know that while we have gut feelings based on anecdotes and personal experience, we’re committed to building an evidence base.” – Gary Hartin Whether we like it or not, all of us have intuition and feelings that inform our decision-making on a daily basis. In the housing world, the stories of those […]