YorSpace is delighted to announce the first of a flurry of successful funding applications that were approved at the end of last year to kick start 2018! We received £30,000 from Power to Change, the independent trust supporting community businesses
Us folk here at YorSpace have some big news to share at our first ever residents meeting – it was quite an end to the year! Our first community housing development at Lowfields is progressing well. We have a site.
James Newton, from YorSpace has won an award of £15, 000 from UnLtd, the UK’s foundation for social entrepreneurs. The funding and expert support from UnLtd will help the organisation make lasting social change in the community. James, said: “Unltd
City of York Council plans for Lowfield Green – click on image to comment. Above are the latest plans that have been released by City of York Council for Lowfield Green. The Council are asking for comments on the latest
Details of Foxwood Community Centre here. Details of Chill Cafe, Acomb here.
We are VERY excited to announce that we are officially a Co-op! This status is the key ingredient to ensure that the homes we build will stay cooperatively owned and affordable in perpetuity! A huge thank you to Laura Moss of Wrigleys Solicitors
Click on image to link to press release: “YorSpace has been invited to put together plans for part of the old Lowfield school site in Acomb, as the council draws up its own plans for the site.”
YorSpace are delighted to announce that Unltd have very kindly backed our team with the Buildings Future Innovation Fund! The funding and support will help us push our project forward and help us convert to our cooperative legal status as
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On Thursday 25th June City of York Council announced their decision to sell Oliver House to McCarthy & Stone. We take this opportunity to thank everybody who supported our campaign to buy and redevelop Oliver House. It has been an