Assets of Community Value
What are assets of community value?
Assets of Community Value are buildings or land in our area that we consider:
- improve (or have improved in the recent past) the social wellbeing or interests of the local community; and
- are capable of being used to further the social wellbeing of the local community in the next five years.
Land or buildings can only be successfully nominated where the main use improves the social wellbeing of the community.
Privately and publically owned properties can be nominated. Examples include pubs, community centres, village shops, libraries and allotments.
Properties that cannot be listed include residential properties and gardens, outbuildings and other land associated with them, caravan sites and key road, canal and rail networks.
The full Assets of Community Value Regulations (2012) are available online.