INVESTING IN OUR WORK
Building homes for the future – together!
Calder Valley Community Land Trust believes that community-led efforts can help achieve the new homes we really need in our Valley.
We also believe that there are many people within our own community who have a little money available which they will be prepared to invest for social as well as financial return.
Calder Valley CLT has raised over £360,000 in community share investment capital, for help in funding both the Birks Court, Walsden and Fielden Acre projects. Over 130 local people – and not so local people – have chosen to trust us with their savings. We appreciate very much their support for our aims and principles. This represents, in a very literal sense, real ‘buy in’ to what we are trying to achieve.
Our share capital is attracting a 2% rate of return. (We acknowledge with thanks those investors who have voluntarily opted for a lower rate of return).
We are not currently actively looking for community share investment. However we do maintain a register of potential investors, and if you would like to be added to this register please email our secretary Andrew on email@example.com.
More about community shares
There is a lot of information on how social investment is working to drive real improvements for communities across the UK at the Communityshares.org.
You can find out more about what community shares are, here.
Register your interest now
You can register your potential interest in our future share issues now. This is without obligation, but means that you will receive details of the launch event and will receive the share offer document when it is available.
You can register your interest by emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us have your name, address and email address and we will do the rest.
Make a provisional pledge!
Email us on email@example.com.
You can paste the form below into your email, ticking the amount you expect to invest.
I anticipate at present that I will be interested in making an investment in the Community Share Issue of: