7. Conclusions

 

This Project Development Plan has outlined the process, design, costings, membership and risk management approach of the LILAC project. On the basis of this Plan, LILAC will be seeking to finalise site and funding options and will be looking to make our project happen on the ground in the near future.


This 20 home co-housing project will be a pioneering addition to Leeds. It will be built to a high ecological standard as shown in the design section, and will be permanently affordable as shown in the costing section. Our membership and outreach policy is democratic, open and inclusive and seeks to make close connections with the community where the project will be located.

We are keen to meet with all those interested to explain the plan in more detail, finalise the details, and discuss ways to help us take this project to the next phase. We look forward to hearing from all those interested in seeing LILAC happen.

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