RUSS is seeking to appoint a Managing Director in summer 2021.
Below, you can find a link to our Trustees Report for 2020. This sets out our Annual Accounts for last year. They have been audited and signed off by our independent auditors, Third Sector Accountancy Limited. Please click on the
At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) each year, RUSS elects new trustees onto the board. Here, we set out how the process works and introduce the candidates who are standing. This year, five board members are stepping down: Anurag, Ethan,
Join us on Saturday, 26 June 2021 from 1pm for our virtual Annual General Meeting This year’s AGM will again be held virtually via Zoom. Register here to receive meeting details: RUSS AGM Registration on Eventbrite Please see the 2021
We’re seeking to expand and strengthen our board of trustees in summer 2021. Our trustees drive our vision to build sustainable communities of genuinely affordable homes in neighbourhoods across London, working with our staff, residents and volunteers. About RUSS RUSS
The Church Grove Project is a pilot scheme to create sustainable, community-led neighbourhoods and truly affordable homes. It is intended to provide a replicable model that involves local people and residents in addressing the housing crisisand building vibrant, connected neighbourhoods.
Gardeners and wannabe gardeners please read! Russ is a volunteer-led and volunteer-driven organisation that has been growing for over 10 years. We’re really proud of what we can achieve as a community. We are now looking for a team of
The Rural Urban Synthesis Society (RUSS) is seeking to appoint a new Chair in summer 2021. The Chair works with the Board, our staff, volunteers and members to drive our strategic objectives and help realise our vision for building affordable,
News includes: Planning permission for minor amendments; progress on a marketing campaign for vacancies; and volunteer opportunities, including a call out for a new Chair of RUSS. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Our community-led project to build 36 new affordable homes in Lewisham took a huge step forward last night, as Lewisham Council approved minor amendments to the scheme’s design, including an increase in the number of affordable homes.