Assets of community value

This new right means communities can ask the council to list certain assets as being of value to the community.

Who can nominate?

The right to nominate a property is restricted to certain types of community group. The first test is to show a local connection. For properties in Lambeth that means the local authority area.

You will need to be a constituted local community group - or if unconstituted be able to show at least 21 members registered to vote in Lambeth or a neighbouring borough. You may also nominate a property if your organisation is a charity, industrial and provident society, company limited by guarantee which does not distribute any surplus to its members, or community interest company. Neighbourhood Forums may also nominate.

Further information can be found in The Assets of Community Value (England) Regulations 2012.

Nominate a property as an asset of community value.