Nutclough Housing Co-op


Postal Address
Nutclough Tavern
6-8 Nutclough
Hebden Bridge

Year started
Number of over 18s
Legal structure
industrial and provident society
Open in principle to new members
Charge visitors
Work in Lieu

Nutclough Housing Co-operative began in the Nutclough Tavern in December 2002 in Hebden Bridge, set in the beautiful Calder Valley, West Yorkshire.
The building was formerly a terrace of cottages, part of which used to be a pub

Currently resident are five people, each with a private bedroom, living mostly in the upper floor with a long corridor joining the rooms.
The ground floor of the building is shared communal space consisting of a large, open-plan kitchen/dining area and lounge, with a large, beautiful, terraced, hill-side garden which gets sun all day [if there’s any to be had!]

We have an adjoining gallery/studio space with separate access and facilities, in use for various music/art exhibitions and events, meetings, workshops, and private hires, and also maintain a guest room for visiting artists in residence etc.

Visits from members of other co-ops are welcome, and we love to share the beautiful woods on our doorstep.
We encourage prospective members to participate fully in the co-op and when a room becomes available all non-resident members are considered.
We welcome contact from anyone wishing to know more. Nutclough Housing Co-operative is a member of Radical Routes, a network of co-operatives working for social change.
Our phone is rarely answered, use email please.

community does not share income
community does not require capital from members
community has broadband internet access
community generates some of its own electricity
community does not use solar energy
community buildings not insulated to a high standard
community members use bicycles
community does not have an organised system for car sharing
community is accessible by public transport
community shares utilities
community does not have tool sharing system
community has organised systems for recycling
community does not have any kind of ecosewage system
community is not involved in land management
community does not grow vegetables
no communal animals
regular communal meals
community has policy which restricts smoking
community buildings not wheelchair accessible
community is not involved in campaigning

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