Nominating an asset of community value
You can nominate an asset of community value if you are an eligible community or voluntary group.
An asset can be owned publically or privately, and could be, for example:
- a local shop
- a pub
- a community centre
- a library
- a park
- an open space
The asset needs to meet the criteria in the Localism Act 2011 to be successful.
How to nominate
To complete the nomination form, you will need details of:
- the nominating group
- the asset you are nominating, and its use
- the ownership and occupiers of the asset you are nominating
- the reasons you are nominating the asset
You need to include supporting evidence with your nomination.
You can download a nomination form:
We do not provide advice or assistance with nominations, and we recommend that you seek independent legal advice.
How we assess nominations
We assess each nomination we receive against:
You can download our flowchart to see the process we follow once we receive a nomination.
If your group or the asset you are nominating is not eligible, your nomination will not be successful.
We have a checklist of the issues we consider before we list an asset.
For more information about nominating assets, you can look at:
Community Right to Bid: non-statutory advice note for local authorities
You can find information about ownership of land or buildings on the Land Registry.