Under the 'community right to bid' (Localism Act, 2012) eligible groups:

  • can identify and nominate buildings and land (assets) that are of value to the local community
  • have a fair chance to make a bid to buy 'community assets' on the open market, if the owner decides to sell

You could use this 'right to buy' local community assets (private or public) such as:

  • village shop
  • community centre
  • library
  • children's centre
  • allotment
  • public house

To begin the application process please refer to:

Nominations for assets of community value

If you are considering a nomination, you may find it helpful to view details of past nominations:

Also see

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