All events, current and past.
We are hosting a site visit and meet-up on Wednesday 15 November 2023, for community landowners and those soon to purchase land or buildings. Join us to explore The Pyramid after it’s first round of renovations and meet other community
Intensive training available this Autumn Community landowners implement the needs, aspirations and energy of their communities, while also running financially successful organisations. This community-led approach is one of the main strengths of the community land model but it can also
We have commissioned Community Enterprise to carry out research on experiences of people from ethnic minority backgrounds in community ownership of buildings and land. Please complete the survey using the link below, and get in touch if you have any questions. Research
We are planning training session for Autumn 2023. Let us know what you need!
Friday 19 May * 10:00 – 13:00
Monday 22 May * 13:00 – 16:00
Two events about Learning from Local Place Plans – hosted by communities who have completed Local Place Plans!
Visit to Viewpark Conservation Group for planting native species to celebrate Community Land Week.
Community Land Week ran from the 8th to the 16th of October for the fourth Scotland-wide celebration of community landowners.
The Scottish Government consulted on a Land Reform Actin 2022. Groups and individuals considering submitting a response joined this event to talk through ideas.
We held a community engagement workshop for community groups in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley who are working towards a purchase of land or buildings.
Community landowners from across Scotland enjoyed an in-person get-together in May 2022 in Edinburgh at our annual conference.
At the Urban Gathering 2022, the most popular feedback points was the value of getting everyone together in person. We want to build on that by organising more events.
On Friday the 22nd of April 2022, The Community Ownership Hub and Community Land Scotland hosted The Urban Gathering at The Kinning Park Complex.
The Community Ownership Hub and Community Land Scotland facilitated an Urban Gathering which brought together urban communities who own or are interested in buying land or other assets.
We took part in the Paisley Road West Festival on Saturday 25th Sept 2021.
Dig into community ownership of green spaces in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley.
Carey Doyle, the manager of the Hub, took part in a roundtable discussion on Reimagining Ownership, hosted by Glasgow Tool Library.
In January 2021, we held a two-part online event in collaboration with Carnegie UK Trust which explored the opportunities and challenges associated with community ownership in towns.