Centric Community Projects works with smaller charities and non-profit organisations to help them operate and develop by offering free space for their projects.
We are also able to help new businesses created by the disadvantaged, to reduce their overheads and help them to become self sufficient.
Available space can be anything from an office, retail space or industrial property for use as work or storage, retail, service delivery, meeting areas, rehearsal space, art studios, training – in fact Anything!
Centric has already helped many organisations big and small who otherwise wouldn’t have had the facilities to carry out their charitable activities.
In order to use space in one of our properties, you must be a registered UK organisation with clear social objectives. This includes charities and registered community interest companies, social enterprises, community groups and organisations, and educational organisations who have a charitable status.
If you see a property on our site that suits your requirements then all you need to do is contact us to arrange a viewing.
On arranging a viewing we send you a charity occupation questionnaire which asks you questions about your charity and your intended use of any space requested.
On the day of the viewing you will be shown around the building for you to decide if the space is suitable for your needs. If it is, then simply submit your questionnaire back to us. Once we receive this you will be contacted by one of our team who will run through a formal vetting process. This is simply verifying the information that you have completed on your application form and to understand your intended use of the space.
Once you have been approved for the space a licence is sent to you via Email. As soon as we receive a hard copy signed agreement back at our offices in Milton Keynes we can then arrange for you to take up your space and welcome to you to the Centric family.
Do you still have questions about our free space? Then why not check out our frequently asked questions page
Due to loss of some of our funding we were no longer able to afford to remain in our current office space. This meant staff were losing their office and meeting space, with no alternative place to work.Shelley Black