Enabling new ways of working

Swapping Commute for Communities

Community Coworking Ltd (CCL) is a social enterprise set up to enable new ways of working: swapping commute for community – supporting local economies, breathing life back into obsolete spaces on high streets in rural & urban settings.

Breathe life back into rural, town & city high streets through innovative, accessible & effective use of obsolete spaces and historical assets.
Strengthen relationships & connections by bringing together community groups.

We care deeply about thriving & powerful communities and want to help build a future that works for everyone.

Community Coworking Ltd evolved from a mix of hyperlocal co-working proposals and digital poverty initiatives with the goal of making sure ‘no one is left behind’ by the digitisation of our society. This is an important part of the vision, but we envisage these spaces having much, much wider impact.

Our work supports the drive towards equality in people and place.

CCL’s work will underpin the national ‘levelling-up’ agenda by supporting the development of thriving communities, where every resident & citizen regardless of age or background has equal opportunities in employment and education. In 10 years from now, we envisage a national infrastructure of inclusive community coworking spaces on the high street.

Our Work

Driving replicable solutions across the UK

Enabling spaces which support a connected and equal society which is digitally inclusive and where all citizens have an equal opportunity to succeed in work and life-long
learning, for a future that works for everyone.

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breathe life back into rural, town & city high streets

through innovative, accessible & effective use of obsolete spaces and historical assets.

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Enable equality in skills, personal development and digital inclusion

Access to jobs and inclusive opportunities driving social mobility.

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Develop & improve individual wellbeing

and combat community issues such as loneliness & a lack of social cohesion.
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strengthen relationships & connections

by bringing together community groups; residents; education establishments; national charities & businesses within communities of need.

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bridge the gap between local authorities and councils

and local residents where the latter are empowered & offered a safe space to voice their opinions to inform the co-design of effective and relevant local services.