Council approves UK's first community municipal investment

By Dan Peters | 01 May 2020

West Berkshire Council voted last night to approve the UK’s first community municipal investment (CMI).

People are promised a ‘long-term, low-risk return’ from investing as little as £5 in specific projects that align with the council’s aim to become carbon neutral by 2030.

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