A well-informed membership makes the co-op housing movement stronger. Keep up-to-date on the latest CHF BC, and co-op housing related, goings-on by reading our latest news below. To get this news—and more— delivered directly to your inbox subscribe to our newsletters.
The Community Land Trust (CLT) is currently seeking a Senior Development Manager, reporting to the Director of Development and working closely with the CLT senior management team, to play a critical role in delivering affordable housing for the growth of our organization.
This position also provides project leadership and coordination to a project team and works collaboratively with partners, including other non-profit societies, private sector developers, consultants, industry specialists, contractors, government ministries, municipality officials, First Nations, and various agencies in achieving project objectives.
More than 30,000 people live in co-op housing in BC. Together, co-op members are creating homes and communities. Like other housing groups, co-op members face challenges, aging buildings and higher construction costs.
BC Housing talks with Thom Armstrong, CEO, Co-operative Housing Federation of BC and Tiffany Duzita, Executive Director, Community Land Trust. They discuss how partnerships, committed co-op members, and access to financing from partners like BC Housing and Vancity help co-ops thrive.
While we aren’t usually excited about pictures of a hole in the ground, we’re making exceptions to these photos taken last weekend of a new co-operative being laid in the Joyce Collingwood neighbourhood of Vancouver.
We would like to thank our members and the supporters of co-operative housing for contributing to the success of the entire CHF BC group of social enterprises in 2022.
Sunshine Housing Co-operative, the Community Land Trust, (CLT), BC Housing, and the City of Surrey have partnered to build a new 69-home affordable co-operative housing development in Surrey.
The Community Land Trust is looking for a highly analytical Director of Finance who will be responsible for the organization’s finance and accounting functions including planning, implementing, and managing all financial activities.
We are thrilled to share news of an important announcement that will take place on Monday, July 11. The announcement brings together several partners on a historic deal for the co-operative housing movement, and we want you to be part of it!
Each year we provide a report to our members. This report highlights the achievements of the CHF BC group of social enterprises—CHF BC, COHO Management Services Society, and the Community Land Trust—over the 2021-22 fiscal year and outlines our goals for the year ahead.
Take a few minutes to review the range of activities we are involved with.