Quick guide to common good land use

This combined guide accompanies Shared Assets’ Common good land use in England: state of the sector report 2019. It contains advice for groups who are or want to become ‘common good land users’, land owners, funders and policy makers.

Shared Assets defines a common good land user as someone who cultivates or manages land for the common good rather than personal gain and estimates there are 900 such groups currently in England.

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