Assets of Community Value
The Community Right to Bid gives residents the opportunity to bid to run any building or amenity themselves.
In neighbourhoods across the country there are buildings and amenities that are important to the communities that use them - a village shop, a post office, a pub, a community centre, a recreation ground or a library, for instance. The closure or sale of these places can create lasting damage to communities.
Under the Localism Act, voluntary and community organisations can nominate an asset to be included on a list of 'assets of community value'. We will manage the lists of successful and unsuccessful nominations.
Both lists will be published below and available in hard copy on request.
You may nominate assets by completing the Asset Nomination Form below.
For more information on The Community Right to Bid, together with guidance to help with completion of the Asset Nomination Form please read the Community Right to Bid.
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