Local Land Economies (local food growing and resilience)

Local Land Economies (local food growing and resilience)

Ola Ayorinde

We were funded by Friends Provident Foundation to explore the ways in which community food growing contributes to local economic resilience.

 

Local economic resilience: the role of community food enterprises. This guide uses case studies, and draws on interviews with local authority officers and elected members, to set out the benefits that community food growers can deliver to local economic resilience and how local authorities can best support them.

Essential rural workers’ accommodation for local authorities. This guide sets out the primary considerations for decision makers when determining applications for low impact agricultural dwellings in England, and helps identify applications that should be granted consent.

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