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Community asset ownership can bring a wide range of benefits to a local area and its residents. From strengthening the economy and building civic pride to supporting more responsive public services and safeguarding social infrastructure such as pubs, shops, and post-offices, community asset ownership is an increasingly popular model for improving local outcomes. But how well equipped are ‘left behind’ neighbourhoods to take advantage of the benefits that asset ownership can bring, and what can be done to better support areas overcome the barriers they face?

An OCSI (Oxford Consultants for Social Inclusion) data dive and new research into the barriers to asset ownership faced by ‘left behind’ neighbourhoods has been commissioned to inform this session.


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