Welcome to Calder Valley Community Land Trust

We are a member-led community benefit society with charitable status which has been established to help address and meet housing needs in our part of Calderdale. We are part of the fast-growing community-led housing network, where local people play a leading role in solving local housing problems, creating genuinely affordable homes and stronger communities in ways that are difficult through current mainstream housing.

Our mission is to “Work with the people of the Calder valley to hold property and create sustainable and affordable homes in vibrant communities“.

Quality, innovation and supporting our Community

Social homes should be quality homes.  We will use modern building methods to deliver high quality and sustainability at affordable prices. We’ll help develop skills, capability and create work in our valley.

Who we are

A charity tackling the lack of affordable housing in the Upper Calder Valley. Find out more

Get involved Join us

We are a member-led community organisation. Join us and add your voice and experience to our work. Find out more.

Our Projects

Saving our Signal Box

Hebden Bridge signal box (Grade II listed) has recently been decommissioned. The Friends of HB Station and Calder Valley CLT are trying to work with Network Rail to restore and preserve it for the community. Find out more.


Bringing back empty properties into use – and retrofitting them to the highest environmental standards we can.Find out more

Hebden Bridge

Bringing a former housing area back into use with 20 new homes for affordable rent. Find out more

Making it happen


Six new bungalows for independent later life living. Find out more

Fielden Hall Todmorden

A beautiful community space for hire in Todmorden, managed by the Fielden Centre Association. Find out more at their website

The Fielden Acre Project

Affordable places to live; safeguarding our heritage

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Our Partners

A big thank you to the numerous organisations who have provided funding and support to help us achieve our aims: Homes England, Calderdale Council, The National Lottery Community Fund, The National Lottery Heritage Fund, National CLT Network, Locality (DCLG Community Buildings and Housing grant), Community Foundation for Calderdale, Power to Change, Big Potential, REACH fund,  Architectural Heritage Fund (Community Shares Booster Programme), CAF Venturesome, Railway Heritage Trust, Quaker Housing Trust, Community Housing Fund, Todmorden Pride, Hebden Bridge Partnership, Todmorden Town Council, Hebden Royd Town Council. And thank you to all those CVCLT members and supporters who have made their own donations to our work.

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