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Welcome to Chorlton Community Land Trust

We are a group of local residents who are passionate about having a voice and influence to shape the area where we live for the benefit of Chorlton’s diverse community.

We believe in people stepping up to help create a more fair and greener world where housing and urban regeneration works in our interests rather than those of big business.

If you’d like to know more about our vision, please click here.

Many people are donating their talents and skills to our projects to help pave the way to the brighter futures that we all seek.  Why don’t you join us?

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Neighbourhood Master Planning

Chorlton CLT has the opportunity to embark on a project to set priorities for the regeneration of the commercial areas, principally along Wilbraham and Barlow Moor Roads.  We have some funding from the Council’s Neighbourhood Investment Fund to kick start a process in partnership with other groups and councillors. 

There has been a lot of press coverage recently highlighting the challenges faced by commercial and retail centres across the country.   Like other places, Chorlton has seen many changes to local business and building use over recent years, but not seen a lot of investment. As we emerge from the Covid epidemic we foresee opportunities to do things differently and want to shape the future of Chorlton in line with the aspirations of people who live, work, and visit the area. 

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  1. An update on Ryebank Fields Leave a Reply
  2. The Picture House project is still alive! Leave a Reply
  3. Chorlton CLT’s Approach to Declarations/Conflicts of Interest Leave a Reply
  4. CCLT’s Recent Engagement With MMU and Our Commitment To Community Involvement in the Ryebank Fields process Leave a Reply
  5. Members Q&A Meeting 26 May 2021 Leave a Reply
  6. Working group reports on Ryebank Fields Leave a Reply
  7. Picture House plans on a ‘knife-edge’ Leave a Reply
  8. Latest on Ryebank Fields Comments Off on Latest on Ryebank Fields
  9. Our initial thoughts on latest cycle lane proposals Leave a Reply