Resident Uni Seminars and Study visits

A Press Release we can’t be bothered to rewrite, but that might interest you:

Please see below for the latest series of Resident University events.

Learning from Asset Transfer – Tuesday 26th October 10.00am – 1.00pm

A revolution in the way that community and neighbourhood buildings are
owned and managed is taking place.  Find out about the potential and
pitfalls of asset transfer from other residents…Resident University is
leading a study visit that will look into what has been learned so
far, and what the future holds.

Timetable for the day will be:

10.00am – meet at BVSC, Digbeth for minibus pick up

10.30-12.00 – Visit Norton Hall and Hutton Hall

12.30 – Lunch and Discussion at BVSC

To book a place, please email book on the
website – or call 07795 448 462

Legal Structures – Thursday 28th October 6.00-8.30 @ St Martins in the Bullring

Confused about the difference between a CLG, CIC, and a Charity?  Want
to know more about how to decide what is best for your group? This
workshop, led by Tippa Naphtali, looks at the variety of legal
structures available to community and voluntary organisations, and the
processes used to choose between them.

To book a place, email, go to, or call 07795 448 462

Who are the Neighbourhood Wealth Creators? – Wednesday 13th November –
7.00-8.30pm venue tbc

Are city neighbourhoods just places that need public subsidy or are
they where the future wealth of the city is determined?

Research by Chamberlain Forum suggests a link between the health of
neighbourhood social networks and local wealth creation.  Investing in
community capacity could actually be a new way of regenerating
neighbourhoods….and not one that depends on ongoing streams of
regeneration funding.

To book a place, email, or call 07795 448 462


Chamberlain Forum Limited is the neighbourhood think and do tank
registered at Companies House as a non-profit company limited by
guarantee with company number 6206997 and with registered office at
206 Keys Court, Moseley Street, Birmingham B12 0RT

TELEPHONE: 07795 448462


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