All empty spaces are transformed into opportunities to help others.

The Temporary Use Association brings together providers of space with potential users of this space, resulting in a variety of benefits for both parties and for society.
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TUA CIC Registered with Companies House No: 11157277

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HELEN   GRANT   MP   QUOTE   (OCT   2016) Ethical Temporary Use of unoccupied space in towns and cities My     constituency,     like     others,     has     many     empty buildings,    awaiting    redevelopment    or    letting,    which can   take   several   months,   or   even   years.   Seeing   them put   to   good   use   for   the   benefit   of   the   community   is something I wholeheartedly support.   In   Maidstone,   two   charities   helping   the   homeless   have transformed   the   old   DVLA   office.      As   well   as   dozens of   other   good   causes,   volunteers   and   other   supporters, the   Mayor   and   I   have   seen   this   initiative   first   hand   at the building’s official opening in Oct 2016.  This   was   possible   with   the   local   authority’s   support,   in the   form   of   an   80%   reduction   in   the   charity’s   business rates   costs;   combined   with   the   landlord’s   offer   of   the space   rent-free;   and   expertise   from   the   Temporary   Use Association’s (TUA) network. Furthermore,    I    encourage    others    around    the    UK    to make    the    most    of    the    resources    and    assets    in    our communities in these transient and uncertain times.  Well   done   to   the   TUA,   ASTOP,   the   local   authority, landlord   and   the   good   causes   for   coming   together   for the benefit of the local community.