How to raise money through loanstock

Loanstock is a great way for people to invest in grassroots co-operative projects and for community-led housing projects to raise money using repayable loans from individuals or other organisations. Join Martyn Holmes, co-founder of Bunker Housing Co-operative on Saturday 10 November to find out more about how.

Bunker Housing Co-operative has raised over £75,000 through loanstock and are about to start work on their first two houses. Hear from Martyn about how they did it and his tips for people wanting to do the same.

The second part of the workshop will involve local housing groups discussing and sharing ideas on raising loanstock, including how to work together.

This free workshop will take place on Saturday 10 November, 1.15-5.00pm in the community room of The Bevy Pub, 50 Hillside, Brighton, BN2 4TF.

Please make sure you book your place in advance here at Eventbrite as there are limited places. The workshop is free, but we require participants to become BHCLT members (fee £1). Join here: bhclt.org.uk/membership

Getting there and accessibility

The Bevy is a community owned pub in Bevendean. It sells food and drinks and is wheelchair accessible, including a toilet. There is also a car park and a bus stop at the pub on route 49. The workshop will take place in the community room of the pub. Tea and coffee will be provided.
The room can be quite cold so please make sure you bring plenty of clothes.

We will be filming the workshop for the resources section of our website. Please let us know on the day if you do not want to appear in the video.

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