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National land management charity, The Land Trust, leads call on Government for exemption under VAT Act 1994

24th August 2020

National land management charity, the Land Trust, leads call on Government for exemption under VAT Act 1994, to enable charities to deliver significant benefit to communities

National land management charity, the Land Trust is leading a coalition of organisations calling on Government to add non-public bodies who manage public parks and green spaces for public benefit, to the list of exemptions under Section 33 of the VAT Act 1994, and thereby support those delivering significant benefits to communities.

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National land management charity, The Land Trust, leads call on Government for exemption under VAT Act 1994

18th August 2020

Green Angels training courses return to sites

Over the last six years the Land Trust’s Green Angels programme has been providing free environmental training courses to adults across the country.

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Ash Green Meadows SANG

12th August 2020

SANG and the Land Trust: What you need to know

In the second of two blogs we sat down with Land Trust Development Officer Joe Heath to discuss the Land Trust’s role in the management of SANG.

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Wellesley Woodlands was the first major SANG managed by the Land Trust

11th August 2020

What is a SANG? Q&A with Joe Heath

In the first of two blogs we sat down with Land Trust Development Officer Joe Heath to discuss all things SANG. Joe is the Trust’s resident expert on SANG, and was heavily involved with the Trust’s work at Wellesley Woodlands, the biggest area of SANG in the country.

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The cafe at Hogmoor Inclosure is part of the green spaces at Prince Philip Park

10th August 2020

The Land Trust teams up with Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company to manage public open spaces within Prince Philip Park

The Land Trust is delighted to announce that it is working with Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company to take on responsibility for the management of the public open spaces within Prince Philip Park, which is part of Whitehill and Bordon, an NHS England Healthy New Town and one of the most exciting, innovative and largest regeneration projects in the UK.

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Working with The Land Trust and Groundwork has been a great success for all of us at Sherburn who took part. They were a brilliant team and had great knowledge about the local wildlife.

AB Agri Corporate Volunteer at Fryston

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