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Joseph Michael Kay commented on James Hilton Hughes's blog post Rent Free Space for CICs
"We are Northwest Computer Museum and looking for premises in the Northwest, preferably in Manchester, if anything is available, but we need over 3000sqf if available :) email me at joe@nwcomputermuseum.org.uk"
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What is your postcode?
SY1 1PH
Name of organisation (if any) you are associated with?
Community Spaces
Is that organisation a CIC?
Yes
If you have a website, what is your web address?
http://www.community-spaces.co.uk
Are you interested in representing a CIC at the CIC Association AGM?
No
Are you interested in working in partnership with the CIC Association?
Yes

James Hilton Hughes's Blog

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We have been allocated a shopping centre in Burgess Hill, shopping centre due to redeveloped. Any purpose considered office and shops and available.

Posted on August 29, 2018 at 14:05

Rent Free Space for CICs

Hi,

At Community Spaces we work with the Owners of Commercial Property and try to convince them that rather than them keeping their un-used property empty they should un-lock the potential and allow us to find occupiers that can benefit the communities in which it is situated.

We have now got to the point where we have a portfolio of in excess of 2000 properties, predominantly shops where the landlords are prepared to accept occupation proposals from Charities, CICs and…

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Posted on July 17, 2018 at 12:38 — 20 Comments

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