The Landfill Communities Fund is an innovative tax credit scheme enabling landfill operators in England and Northern Ireland to contribute money to fund community and environmental projects situated in the vicinity of landfill sites.
ENTRUST acts on behalf of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) as the regulator of the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF). ENTRUST regulates both Environmental Bodies' (EBs') activities and the works they undertake through delivering an approved project to ensure that LCF monies are spent in accordance with the Landfill Tax Regulations 1996. All activity undertaken as part of the LCF is regulated by ENTRUST.
ADEB's membership is made up of Distributive Environmental Bodies - organisations which distribute funds on behalf of one or more landfill operators, and Environmental Bodies - organisations which have registered with the Regulator ENTRUST in order to receive Landfill Communities Fund money either directly from landfill operators or from other environmental bodies.
Any organisations that award and receive grants through the Landfill Communities Fund are welcome to become members of ADEB. For more information on becoming a member email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Executive Committee consists of three full members who take on the positions of Chairman, Deputy Chairman and Previous Past Chairman, plus one associate member. These members are elected by their peers at the AGM and may sit for a term of two years. An administrator also sits in on the meetings to take the minutes.
ADEB is the Association of Distributive and Environmental Bodies. It is the representative body for organisations that work within the Landfill Communities Fund and acts as a collective voice for Distributive and Environmental Bodies on matters relating to the Landfill Communities Fund and its regulator ENTRUST.
The Association of Independent Museums was established in 1977 to address the needs of the growing independent museum sector. We are a membership organisation with just over 1000 members, creating a network for mutual help and support, sharing good practice and speaking on behalf of independent museums. We distribute grants on behalf of third parties to help heritage organisations prosper.
Biffa Award is a multi-million-pound fund, managed by the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts, that helps to build communities and transform lives by awarding grants to communities and environmental projects as part of the Landfill Communities Fund. Since 1997, Biffa Award has awarded grants of more than £185 million to thousands of worthwile projects.
Cambridgeshire Community Foundation brings together people who want to help their local communities with projects that make a real difference. Through donors and endowments, it awards hundreds of grants each year to charities and voluntary groups.
County Durham Community Foundation connects local donors to community projects and groups as well as individuals and families in need.
Derbyshire Environmental Trust manages and raises landfill funds for community and environmental projects. The Trust administers the Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund nationally and the Walleys Quarry Community Fund in parts of Staffordshire. The Trust also has experience of managing other non-landfill grant funding and is always interested in potential opportunities to manage further landfill and other funding streams.
EB Northern Ireland is a registered Environmental Body operating within the UK Landfill Communities Fund.
Enovert Community Trust (formerly Cory Environmental Trust in Britain) is an environmental body which supports community and environmental projects. It awards grants under the terms of the Landfill Communities Fund to projects located within ten miles of an Enovert waste management facility, providing funding to a broad range of projects that have as big an impact on the community as possible.
FCC Communities Foundation (formerly known as WREN) awards grants to community projects from funds donated by FCC Environment through the Landfill Communities Fund and Scottish Landfill Communities Fund.
Registered charity GrantScape, specialises in community benefit fund grant administration and management. Administering community funds on behalf of Local Authorities, large scale renewable energy developers including wind farms and solar farms, landfill operators (through the Landfill Communities Fund), and other renewable energy plants throughout England and Wales.
The Lancashire Environmental Fund is a partnership between SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK Ltd, Lancashire County Council, The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside and Community Futures.
The Wildlife Trusts is a grassroots movement of people from a wide range of backgrounds and all walks of life. We are working to bring wildlife back to our land and seas, restore natural habitats and bring more people closer to nature. Each Wildlife Trust is an independent charity formed by people getting together to make a positive difference to wildlife and future generations, starting where they live. We’re here to make the world wilder and make nature part of life, for everyone.
Passionate about nature, dedicated to saving it. Since we started on our mission in 1889, the threats to nature have continued to grow, but we've grown to meet them too. We are now the largest nature conservation charity in the country, consistently delivering successful conservation, forging powerful new partnerships with other organisations and inspiring others to stand up and give nature the home it deserves.
SUEZ Communities Trust supports community and environmental improvement projects through the Landfill Communities Fund and Scottish Landfill Communities Fund, distributing funds contributed by SUEZ recycling and recovery UK.
LandTrust is a registered charity distributing funds through the Landfill Communities Funds and the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund.
National Trust has taken care of this country’s special places for nearly 125 years, ensuring that our vibrant history and nature is preserved for generations to come.
The Veolia Trust supports community and environmental projects across England through the Landfill Communities Fund, using money provided by Veolia.
Ulster Wildlife Trust was established over 40 years ago as a nature conservation charity to help make a positive difference to local wildlife and wild places.
Viridor Credits awards funding to community and biodiversity projects from funds donated by Viridor as part of the Landfill Communities Fund in England and also the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund.