News from High Ham CLT

6th January 2020

Nancy Green has decided that with her work and home commitments she cannot give the post of secretary the time it needs. So it is with sad regret that the board has accepted Nancy’s resignation from the post of secretary and board member. The board expressed their gratitude for Nancy’s endeavours and help in setting up the High Ham CLT.

High Ham CLT are glad to announce the appointment of Angie Marlow to Secretary and as a member of the Board. Bill Bishop

6th November ‘19 Public Meeting

A presentation explained: the aims of the High Ham CLT; how it will work with various public organisations; how it is work a housing project will be financed; what work the Board and Support Group members had done since the 11th July 2018 Public Meeting to find a suitable site for 6 affordable homes; and which site had been selected. Following a QandA session, those attending were asked to vote: for, against or abstain. The result was as follows:

Votes for     33

Against       13     

Abstained    15     

This gives a mandate to the CLT Board to progress with a feasibility study for the site on Windmill Road, High Ham

27 new members paid £1 to become High Ham CLT shareholders.

August 2019

The new board, assisted by its support group, is up and running and actively investigating potential sites in High Ham for affordable homes.

If you think you will be interested in becoming a future ‘affordable home’ tenant, please ensure that you register with the Somerset Homefinder Service at

If you wish to become a Community Land Trust Member, please email the Secretary, Nancy Green, via