Although all community projects share many elements in common each has it's own set of challenges and routes to success. There will be big differences between creating a play project and creating a food growing project for example.
Different rules, legislation, design choices and sources of support will apply. So in this section we'll explore the steps and tips that are unique to creating different types of project.
(Before you view content in this section you might find it useful to read the general tips on creating a community project)
Turning so-called trash into treasure
Inspiring communities to be more active - one step at a time
Allowing communities to take back power (literally!)
Improving local resilience for when the worst happens
There are more benefits to locally sourced food than vitamins and nutrients
Meanwhile Gardening creates temporary community gardens from unused land until it is ready to be developed
Get your food growing project off the ground
Tips for creating an educational garden, play area or food growing area in your school grounds.
Essential advice for a creating a play project
What do you need to think about in delivering your art project?
What will I need to think about to deliver my sports project successfully?
What special considerations do community kitchens entail?
This information is intended as a guide and, while it is as accurate and up to date as we can make it, it should not be used in place of specialist legal, financial or commercial advice.