By creating genuinely affordable, healthy homes in the heart of Plymouth, our community can be part of the solution to tackle fuel poverty and climate change.
In March 2020, we established PEC Homes as an independent Community Benefit Society and Community Land Trust, to build community owned, net zero affordable housing developments in Plymouth. It is owned by its members on a one member, one vote basis. The rights of the members are set out in the Rules. As a Community Benefit Society, PEC Homes is regulated by the FCA.
What is a Community Land Trust?
Watch this useful video from the Community Land Trust Network:
Our Board of Directors
All volunteers with a passion for change! The PEC Homes Board is made up of two PEC Trust representatives, one Plymouth City Council representative, up to six elected members and up to four co-opted Trustees (when specific expertise is required). They attend regular meetings on a voluntary basis and bring with them a wealth of knowledge and skills.
Please note the 2020 annual report, PEC Homes is included with PEC Trust and PEC CBS. The 2021 annual report is combined with all organisations in the PEC family.
Annual general meetings
Click below to see what happened at our AGM, read the minutes and relevant documentation.
Get involved and become a member
Help us build community-led homes
We are looking for individuals and organisations from our local community to shape how we make it happen!Read More
Our first project
Community led housing at Kings Tamerton
Our first venture into affordable, community-led housing.Read More
Latest PEC Homes news
We've got planning approval to build 70 affordable zero carbon homes
We are a significant step closer to our vision of community-owned, affordable, zero carbon homes.Read More