Chairman and Trustees

Terry is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and has worked in the local property industry for approaching 30 years, at all levels.  He is passionate about all things Norfolk and was a founding Trustee.  Whilst having had a development career with a private housebuilder, Terry has always maintained an interest and active role in community activities – including several years as vice-chair to a subsidiary of a substantial local housing trust providing affordable housing.  Terry is also a Trustee at The How Hill Trust – a renowned environmental educational charity at Ludham.  

When not on the beach with Monty the dog, Terry can be usually found baking or in the garden. 

Terry Harper


Shaun worked in the building trade for 4 years before joining his dad in the sign industry where he has worked for 40 years, he moved to Norfolk 22 years ago, and is Parish Chairperson of Rollesby Parish Council. He says “My daughters have purchased new homes , and i have seen the poor quality build at 1st hand, and have snagged them for the developers who informed me that repairs would be done once they moved in “”!! unbelievable , so i am very keen on helping the Flegg CLT  gain a foothold in the Fleggs to enable it to build properties that are required and needed to a high standard  (starter homes and retirement homes).” 

Shaun Day


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Robin is a founding Trustee of the Flegg Community Land Trust having been invited to early meetings when it was just an idea that was being explored between local people.

“I am not quite a local, having lived in the Borough of Great Yarmouth for only 40 years!  Dad took us to the Midlands for work, from playing on the beaches of Caister-On-Sea to Derby where I studied to qualify as a Chartered Surveyor.  I returned to work in the property team at Great Yarmouth Borough Council, and ultimately took over as the Council’s lead property advisor responsible for the portfolio of around £35m.”

Having ‘retired’, Robin now works in a consultancy role at a local property firm.  Being in the FCLT allows Robin to give something back where he’s keen to see people, particularly young families, be able to remain in their local areas & help maintain the local community.

“I am looking forward with great excitement to the day that we put the spade in the ground for our first development, that will be a legacy for generations to come.”

Robin Neve


Mark has lived and worked in the Flegg area for 43 years. As a young man he played football and took part in many fundraising events throughout the villages. Mark enjoys the beauty of the Broads and walking his dogs on the beach, and of course the footpaths across the fields.

Mark Kern


Andrew is 35 years old and has been a member of Great Yarmouth Borough Council since May 2015 and represents West Flegg Ward, including Martham and Rollesby, as well as Norfolk County Council member.

Andrew is a qualified heating engineer and also has a NQV 3 in waste management and runs a local holiday park. Always having had a strong work ethic and healthy interests in community matters, he has proven to be a very dedicated and industrious Councillor and is currently Chairman of GYBC Housing & Neighbourhoods and NCC Environment.  Community led matters, particularly housing, is at the heart of this.

Andy Grant



I fully support the objects of Flegg CLT and in particular I understand that :-
  • Members each have one vote at general meetings regardless of how many £1 (one pound) shares they hold;
  • Shares will never be worth more than I pay for them, could even reduce in value, and there will be no dividend payable to subscribers;
  • This is not a savings scheme and I may not get any or all of my money back should I ever ask for this in the future. If I wish to leave the CLT, the Trustees will consider whether my share money can be returned. Flegg CLT cannot guarantee it will have sufficient funds;
  • The shares are not backed by any compensation scheme or ombudsman;