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Shared Assets is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, with the aim of developing and promoting new models of common good land use. Since we launched in 2012 we have rapidly developed a growing reputation as experts in this pioneering field.

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Getting better information to common good land users

Rapports et recherches
août, 2016
Global, Royaume-Uni

Quality information on land is crucial to making good decisions about it. Increasing access to this information is important, and it is particularly vital to get it to groups who focus on social and environmental missions. This report is about the information needs of these ‘common good land users’, the data that is available, and how to get it to them. It’s based on a series of interviews with common good land users, data producers, and other experts. We also explored the data, and tested some approaches to making it accessible at a ‘DataDive’ we ran with volunteer data scientists.

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How social enterprises can help local authorities make the most of their land

Rapports et recherches
juillet, 2016
Royaume-Uni

Shared Assets works with landowners and social and community enterprises to develop innovative ways of managing land for the common good, be it parks, farmland, woodlands, waterways, or other spaces. We also look for ways to create an environment that allows these models to thrive. One issue that comes up repeatedly is the crucial role of local authorities, both as landowners and commissioners of land-based services.


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What is standing in the way of new models of common good land use?

Rapports et recherches
septembre, 2015
Royaume-Uni

At Shared Assets we believe that land is a common resource and that it should be made to work for everyone. This means using land to generate social, environmental, and economic value. Mainstream models of land management often fail to deliver social and environmental value, whilst many also require subsidies to be profitable. We need new models of land management, and we believe land-based social enterprises can deliver them.


Library Resource
Rapports et recherches
août, 2015
Royaume-Uni

This report explores some of the key issues to consider when supporting new land-based social enterprises. The findings are drawn from interviews with 13 representatives from social enterprises who received direct technical, business and training support from Shared Assets between 2013-15.

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Manuels et directives
juillet, 2014
Royaume-Uni

This publication explores what scaling ‘well’ means for social innovators. It is based on our research into how social innovations across a range of sectors have approached the challenge of scaling up. It supports our Scaling Land Based Social Enterprise : Decision Making Toolkit. This work was funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

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