Further to my December 14th post, I received this notification on 2nd March 2017: The Community Trust has been set up!! Somerleyton Trust is now an official legal entity! The Somerleyton Trust is now registered with Companies House. This community trust has been set up to lease the site from Lambeth for 250 years. Full time Director for the Trust During the next two weeks, the Transition Director for the Trust will be appointed. Twenty-five impressive candidates have applied. TONIGHT: AGM & Housing Debate Venue: Pop Brixton, 49 Station Road, SW9 8PQ 6.30pm Annual General Meeting 7.30pm Housing Debate Can community-led solutions help solve the housing crisis? Panel: Patrick Smith(Chair) Senior reporter @ BuzzFeed UK Vidhya Alakeson, Chief Executive, Power to Change Laura Gardiner, Resolution Foundation Dinah Roake, Brixton Green Our mailing address is: Brixton Green Ltd 89 Acre Lane London, Greater london SW2 5TN United Kingdom Sorry I can't reproduce he graphics. But just now I did check whether it was indeed true that the Somerleyton Trust is registered with Companies House. Having checked I can reveal the following information: SOMERLEYTON TRUST (reg 28/2/17) Company number 10644154 1 officer / 0 resignations ALCOCK, David Correspondence address 134 Edmund Street, Birmingham, Uk, B3 2ES Role Active Director Date of birth February 1969 Appointed on 28 February 2017 Nationality British Country of residence Uk Occupation Solicitor I find this all a bit bizarre. Brixton Green is constantly going on about its local credentials, yet they are apparently still in the process of taking over a company from a company formations solicitor and have not yet registered any Brixton based director. In retrospect I should have gone to the AGM - but there was no notice at all. I would have been interested to hear what the Resolution Foundation had to say about Brixton Green business model.