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Forces for Good

Forces for Good

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Published by Julian Dobson
Forces for Good explains the implications for local communities of the reorganisation of the UK armed forces, with large tracts of military land becoming surplus to requirements. It shows how new community rights could be used to create positive uses for surplus military land and positive partnerships between local communities and the armed forces.
Forces for Good explains the implications for local communities of the reorganisation of the UK armed forces, with large tracts of military land becoming surplus to requirements. It shows how new community rights could be used to create positive uses for surplus military land and positive partnerships between local communities and the armed forces.

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Published by: Julian Dobson on Jan 17, 2012
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Forces for good:
local benefits fromsurplus military land
white paper from the Bill Sargent Trust
April 2012
 
 
 
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Registered Charity No: 1042611
Background
The Bill Sargent Trust carries out research on housing and related issues. It seeks toinfluence policy with the outcomes of the research. The Trust was established tocommemorate one of the founders of Portsmouth Housing Association, the lateReverend Bill Sargent.Previous research projects have covered:
 
The Impact of Welfare Reform and Public Spending Reductions on LowIncome Households in Hampshire
 
In the Public Interest ? Community Benefits from Ministry of Defence LandDisposals
 
The role of Housing Associations in supporting their residents to findemployment and training
 
The Impact of Credit on the Financially Excluded.
 
Living in Temporary Accommodation in Portsmouth;
 
Hidden Deprivation in Southsea;
 
The Extent of Youth Homelessness in SE Hants;
 
Community Development on Rowner Estate Gosport;
 
The SE Hants Housing Market;
 
The Needs of Asylum Seekers in Portsmouth;
 
Financial Exclusion among Housing Association Tenants.The Trust operates with close support from First Wessex Housing Association. TheTrustees are Mark Mitchell, Kirsty Rowlinson, Ben Stoneham and Nigel Baldwin,Maria Mills, Dina Gojcovic.The Trust welcomes proposals for local research projects on housing, homelessness,poverty and related issues. The Trust is also grateful for financial contributions to itsfunds.For further information on BST events and copies of this and other reports pleasego onto our website www.bstrust.org.uk  , for more information contact the Secretary:Geoff Phillpotts,The Bill Sargent TrustPeninsular HouseWharf RoadPortsmouthPO8 9HBE-mail: geoff.phillpotts@firstwessex.org Tel: 023 9289 6793
 
 
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Forces for good: local benefits from surplus military land
 A white paper for the Bill Sargent Trust  Julian Dobson, May 2012
FORCES FOR GOOD: LOCAL BENEFITS FROM SURPLUS MILITARY LAND .................................. 1
 
S
UMMARY 
............................................................................................................................................................ 2I
NTRODUCTION
.................................................................................................................................................... 4
T
HE ISSUE
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 4H
OW THIS REPORT CAME ABOUT
....................................................................................................................................... 5P
RINCIPLES FOR PRACTICE
................................................................................................................................................. 6
T
WO CONTRASTING EXPERIENCES
:
 
L
INCOLNSHIRE AND
 A
LDERSHOT
............................................................ 8
F
ORMER
RAF
BASES
,
 
L
INCOLNSHIRE
............................................................................................................................... 8A
LDERSHOT
U
RBAN
E
XTENSION
....................................................................................................................................... 9
O
PPORTUNITY AND RISK 
:
THE CHANGING SHAPE OF THE ARMED FORCES
.................................................. 11L
OCALISM
:
A NEW WAVE OF CITIZEN ACTION
? ............................................................................................... 14
1
 
P
LANNING REFORM
....................................................................................................................................................... 14S
ITE SPOTLIGHT
:
 
HMS
 
D
AEDALUS
................................................................................................................................ 162
 
A
SSET TRANSFER
........................................................................................................................................................... 17S
ITE SPOTLIGHT
:
 
M
ACHRIHANISH
A
IRBASE
................................................................................................................. 183
 
H
OUSING POLICY
............................................................................................................................................................ 19S
ITE SPOTLIGHT
:
 
E
RSKINE
B
ARRACKS
,
 
W
ILTON
......................................................................................................... 21
 A
NEW MODEL
:
HOW THE
 A
RMED
F
ORCES
C
OVENANT COULD BRING COMMUNITIES TOGETHER
.............. 23
T
HE
A
RMED
F
ORCES
C
OVENANT
................................................................................................................................... 23S
ITE SPOTLGHT
:
 
R
OYAL
H
OSPITAL
H
ASLAR
................................................................................................................ 24
L
ONG TERM VALUE
........................................................................................................................................... 26
S
ITE SPOTLIGHT
:
 
W
HITEHILL
B
ORDON
........................................................................................................................ 28
N
EXT STEPS
:
STARTING TO GET IT RIGHT
....................................................................................................... 30 APPENDIX: SUMMARY OF POLICY ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ................................................. 32
 
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