Working in partnership with Cordale Housing Association, Renton Community Development Trust has developed an award winning strategy for generating ‘community wealth’
Recognising the importance of the community ownership of assets, Eilean Eisdeal are confidently securing their island's future for generations to come.
By taking an enterprising approach to making their village ‘greener’, Fintry Development Trust have shown just what can be achieved within a small rural community
Established in 1987, Inverclyde Community Development Trust has grown to become a significant local employer with a turnover of £3 million and assets of £1 million
Alison Macleod, Applecross Community Company, talks about sustainable development in Applecross on the NW coast, including a hydro scheme as an income generator for the community.
Angus Robertson, Sleat Community Trust on the Isle of Skye, discusses the trading companies set up by the trust, one a retail subsidiary and the other dealing in renewable energy.
Teresa Aitken from Glenboig Neighbourhood House near Glasgow talks about delivering services for the community, including youth work, older people's services, volunteering and community transport.
Helmsdale and District Development Trust showcase how a rural community in the remote north east of Scotland has begun to tackle to shortage of affordable housing in their community.
Hugh Hutchison, from the Catrine Community Trust in Ayrshire, explains their efforts to secure funding for the Catrine Voes and their future plans.
Hear from The Stove Network's Martin O'Neill as he discusses the impact that Local Resilience funding has had in a Dumfries community in just a short period of time.