Buying Land

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Buying Land Overview: Start Here!

This paper seeks to give you a brief overview of the implications of buying land. It outlines ways to finance the purchase and goes through the buying process, what you get and the additional costs involved. Use the link below to download the document:

Buying Land Overview: Start Here

 

 

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Case Study: Roundhouse Partnership

The Roundhouse Partnership consist of a group of people, based mainly in Cardiff, who came together several years ago to set up a sustainable land management project. After a couple of years of searching they found two pieces of land, a woodland of 5.7 acres and a two-acre plot of agricultural land.

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Case Study: Talgarth Mill, Wales

An innovative land purchase by a Community Interest Company has given a unique, community-run flour mill space for gardening at a peppercorn rent.

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Pros and Cons of taking on extra land

Successful groups who have done a good job with a project frequently find that they are offered additional sites to work their magic on.  We often find that these groups feel obliged to say yes to the extra land but with hindsight they wished they had said no!

The aim of this guidance is to support you through this decision process, giving you points to consider so you can decide whether  your group should say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to taking on extra land.

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Prynu Tir: Y Buddion a’r Heriau i Grwpiau Tyfu Cymunedol

Er bod y mwyafrif helaeth yn ei hystyried hi’n well rhentu eu safle oddi wrth berchennog tir, gall prynu tir fod yn ateb gwych i nifer fach o grwpiau mewn amgylchiadau penodol. Gweler isod drosolwg byr o rai o’r rhesymau dros brynu a rhai o’r heriau sy’n codi wrth brynu tir. Mae’n werth ystyried y ddwy ochr fel rhan o’ch proses gwneud penderfyniadau.

Prynu Tir: Y Buddion a’r Heriau i Grwpiau Tyfu Cymunedol

 

 

 

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Trosolwg o Brynu Tir

Mae’r papur hwn yn rhoi trosolwg byr o oblygiadau prynu tir, ac yn amlinellu ffyrdd i ariannu’r pryniant, y broses brynu, beth fyddwch chi’n ei gael a chostau ychwanegol cysylltiedig. Mae’n amlinellu cyfrifoldebau’r perchennog tir yn y broses prynu tir hefyd.

Trosolwg o Brynu Tir

 

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Cael mynediad Proses Tir (ar gyfer Grwpiau Cymunedol)

Mae’r canllaw cyffredinol hwn yn mynd â grwpiau tyfu cymunedol (neu’r rheiny sy’n gobeithio dechrau un) trwy’r broses sy’n gysylltiedig â sefydlu gardd gymunedol ar safle. Mae’n rhoi proses cam wrth gam eang a dolenni i adnoddau gwybodaeth defnyddiol a grëwyd gan CLAS. Fodd bynnag, mae’n bwysig cofio mai enghraifft yw hon a gall fod angen amrywio’r broses hon ar gyfer amgylchiadau gwahanol a grwpiau gwahanol.

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Buying Land Checklist

PLEASE NOTE: If you are considering purchasing land for a community growing project, then please read the Buying Land Overview Document first.

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Prynu Tir: Y Buddion a’r Heriau i Grwpiau Tyfu Cymunedol x

Er bod y mwyafrif helaeth yn ei hystyried hi’n well rhentu eu safle oddi wrth berchennog tir, gall prynu tir fod yn ateb gwych i nifer fach o grwpiau mewn amgylchiadau penodol. Gweler isod drosolwg byr o rai o’r rhesymau dros brynu a rhai o’r heriau sy’n codi wrth brynu tir. Mae’n werth ystyried y ddwy ochr fel rhan o’ch proses gwneud penderfyniadau.

Prynu Tir: Y Buddion a’r Heriau i Grwpiau Tyfu Cymunedol

 

 

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Community Shares Briefing

Community shares are a way for an enterprise with a social purpose to raise capital. Community shares are not used in the same way as loans, grants, gifts or company shares.  For the right enterprise, they have several advantages as a way of bringing investment - but they do not suit every organisation. To find out more download the briefing document below, which was created by Growing Together, a partnership initiative led by the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens, which is supporting and developing alternative way for communities to gain money, skills and land.

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