There are more than 200 housing co-ops in London with a real potential to grow co-operative ownership. Join us in weighing up the motivations and means that include coordinating resources between coops, building on existing land, and buying homes from developers with partially completed schemes that may be struggling.
Nic Bliss, Head of Policy at the Confederation of Cooperative Housing.
Jane Brenan and Gina Betteridge from Brockley Tenants Co-operative, an existing registered provider looking at purchasing property.
Matina Theodoropoulou from Sanford Housing Co-operative, an existing co-op looking to build more homes on their own land.
Leonie Weber from CASH, to discuss a community share offer to co-operatives in London, and building a solidarity fund.
Ameen Lilani from Zahra Housing Co-op, a start-up looking to build intergenerational housing on a small site in Harrow.
This session is part of the Doing Housing Differently discussion series.