Overview of the project
The Sustainable Housing for Inclusive and Cohesive Cities (SHICC) project seeks to support the establishment of more successful Community Land Trusts (CLT) in cities across the North-West European (NWE) region.
Over the three-year project (Sept 2017 – Sept 2020) it will support four existing CLTs in Brussels, Ghent, Lille and London to ‘prove the concept’, create a supportive local, regional and national policy, funding and regulatory environment for CLTs and build a movement across the region.
By the end of the project we aim to have established a widespread movement of CLTs across the region and CLTs to be widely recognised as a mainstream option for housing supply and urban renewal in all countries.
Establishing a widespread movement of CLTs across the region and CLTs to be widely recognised as a mainstream option for housing supply and urban renewal in all countries.
Creation of 33 new CLT within the NWE at the end of the project
Establishement of a CLT network at the European scale
European funding - Interreg North-West Europe : € 1.74 m
Total budget : € 2.9 m
Timeline : 2017-2010
City of Lille is the lead partner of the project, and is thus involved in all work packages in order to ensure their proper coordination and advancement.
Community Land Trust Bruxelles (other lead partnerl)
FMDV - Global Fund for Cities Development
Network of local authorities
vzw Samenlevingsopbouw Gent
London Community Land Trust
National Community Land Trust Network
Stiftung Edith Maryon, Urbamonde, Fédération Européenne des Associations Nationales Travaillant avec les Sans-Abri, Université Saint-Louis — Bruxelles, European Federation of Ethical and Alternative Banks and Financiers, Vlaamse Maatschappij voor Sociaal Wonen, Housing Europe, Leuven University, Platforme CLT Wallonie, ID22, Réseau des Collectivités territoriales pour une économie solidaire, CLT France, Long Term Infrastructure Investment Association, Stad in de Maak, Fondation Abbé Pierre, Eutropian