Join Ethex, with Leeds Action To Create Homes (LATCH) for a cuppa and an informal chat to learn more about this extraordinary organisation that are raising funds via a community share offer on Ethex

LATCH is a Community Benefit Society based in the Chapeltown area of Leeds that has been creating homes and transforming lives in the area for over 30 years. Theirs is a simple but brilliant concept. They take derelict homes and transform them into homes for people who need them, helping them get their lives back on track while at the same time providing training and employment opportunities.

In the 30 years they have been running, LATCH has built up an impressive track record. They have transformed 92 empty derelict properties into quality homes with a low environmental impact. Through this, they have helped over 450 adults and children make a positive new start, including supporting over 200 tenants to move on to independent living.

We’ll be speaking to James Hartley, CEO of LATCH, who will give an overview of what they have achieved so far, their values and goals for the future. We will also explain how people can invest to support them via their share offer, to help them create up to 8 new homes while targeting a financial return of 4%. Capital is at risk and returns are not guaranteed.

Panellists
Lisa Ashford, CEO - Ethex
James hartley, CEO - LATCH

Investments offered on the Ethex platform are not readily realisable, which means that they may be difficult to sell and you may get back less than you originally invested. Investments are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and returns are not guaranteed. If you are in any doubt, you should contact an Independent Financial Adviser.

Investments offered on the Ethex platform are not readily realisable, which means that they may be difficult to sell and you may get back less than you originally invested. Investments are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and returns are not guaranteed. If you are in any doubt, you should contact an Independent Financial Adviser.