Charity registered in Scotland SC041864
The Community Ownership Hub: Glasgow and Clyde Valley (“CO Hub”) is a project of Community Land Scotland It is a support and promotion project for communities of geography who want to own land or buildings in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley. This is a pilot project, with the aim of focusing resources on the Glasgow and Clyde Valley area to accelerate urban community ownership.
The CO Hub supports community groups in their community ownership journey, We connect people and organisations, and we work closely with others to put the right expertise in the hands of the community. We provide support on community purchase from private landowners through negotiated sales, and tips on community right to buy. We have funding for specialist studies through a Support Framework, ensuring communities have access to the best advice. We also work strategically to promote community ownership and to create conditions for community ownership to thrive.
This new role is a key part of our team. The Development Officer will provide support to community ownership groups, promote community ownership, and contribute to Community Land Scotland’s strategic and policy work.
Community Land Scotland is seeking a highly organised and friendly Administration and Events Officer to provide administrative support, assist with financial administration and organise events.
Community Land Scotland is the representative body for Scotland’s community landowners and is a small organisation with a big impact. It works to: be a collective voice for community owners; encourage more community ownership of land and buildings; facilitate mutual support and knowledge exchange between community landowners and collaborate with other organisations to ensure community landowners get the support they need.
Community Land Scotland will be relocating its office to Glasgow from autumn 2021
Further information about Community Land Scotland can be found at: communitylandscotland.org.uk
Community Land Scotland is recruiting Development Officer. This is an exciting opportunity to join a small but busy team - supporting aspiring and post-purchase community landowners, building networks and raising awareness of community landownership.
The postholder will provide support to communities in South, Central and Eastern Scotland.
Community Land Scotland is the representative body for communities that own land or buildings. We have over 120 members collectively owning several hundred thousand hectares of land and a huge range of assets. Community Land Scotland works to be a collective voice for community owners; encourage more community ownership of land and buildings; facilitate mutual support and knowledge exchange between community landowners and collaborate with other organisations to ensure community landowners get the support they need.