LandAid has launched an empty properties funding programme to bring empty properties into use for young people in housing need. LandAid will fund work across the UK which turns empty properties into supported accommodation for young people who are either homeless, or at severe risk of becoming homeless. LandAid welcomes applications from organisations with experience in renovating empty properties. The government’s Empty Homes Community Grants Programme ended in mid-2015 after bringing almost 2,000 properties back into use. There is much more still to do - there are around 200,000 empty homes in England alone. The £1 million funding programme is now open to applications and will close at 10.00am on Monday 16 November 2015. Specifics of this funding round Who can apply? UK organisations with charitable objectives, including: UK registered charities UK registered societies, community benefit societies, ‘pre-commencement societies’, industrial and provident societies
LandAid do NOT fund statutory organisations, churches or individuals.
If you have previously applied to LandAid, whether you were successful or not, you are welcome to apply to
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