If you manage land on behalf of an institution you should be a member of CLA
The CLA Institutional Landowners Group (ILG) includes the foremost rural land and property owning organisations in the country. It provides a unique forum for institutions who own land to share best practice.
What you, and your institution, get as a member
|As an ILG member you will:
How we can help you
ILG membership can help your institution to retain and develop its land and property assets.
Areas of interest include the following:
- landowners’ property rights;
- landlord/tenant relations and tenancy reform;
- the rural economy;
- the planning system – legislation and policy;
- compulsory purchase legislation;
- agriculture and forestry;
- property law;
- rural and affordable housing.
Who should be a member of ILG?
- schools, colleges and universities
- mineral companies
- utility companies
- local authorities
- diocesan boards of finance
- charitable institutions
- financial institutions
How to join ILG
Membership subscriptions are scaled according to acreage. Institutions in membership can send an appointed representative (either from the institution or a representing agent) to ILG meetings. To find out more, or to set up a meeting to discuss how membership of the CLA and its Institutional Landowners Group can benefit your institution, please contact Samantha Mitchell by phone on 020 7460 7935 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.