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Greenham Reach Smallholdings

In April 2013 we were granted planning permission to develop our first three affordable smallholdings for new entrants to ecological agriculture. Since then three families have moved on and have been developing their livelihoods.

We committed to reporting annually to the local planning authority on progress at the site. Our first annual monitoring report is now available to download.

We report on the environmental, social and economic impact of the project, including: employment and voluntary opportunities created; the state of the soils and habitats; traffic generated; energy and water use; waste treatment; and on the visual impact of the project.

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News and Events: April

New Affordable Smallholdings Development:
An Opportunity to Invest

On 27th April we will launch a community share offer to fund the development of our second cluster of affordable ecological smallholdings. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the development of sustainable small-scale farming in England, and we’d love you to join us!

How to get involved:

  • Register your interest in receiving our share prospectus if you’d like to explore the possibility of investing with us.

  • Help us promote our share offer via our Thunderclap

Thunderclap is a "crowdspeaking" platform - if you follow the link to sign up, a message will automatically post to your facebook or twitter feed on our launch date (27th April), helping us to reach the widest possible audience.

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For a Living, Working Countryside

Our mission is to provide affordable opportunities for ecological land-based businesses in the UK. We support rural regeneration by developing affordable sites for farming, forestry and other rural enterprises which are viable and ecologically beneficial.

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