Assets of community value

Local public or private buildings, or land, can be nominated as an asset of community value.

Current assests of community value

Assets of community value
Asset name and address Date listed Expiry date
Chequers Inn, 16 London Road, Woolmer Green 19.05.2021 18.05.2026

Current nominations for assets of community value

There are no nominations

Unsuccessful nominations for assets of community value

 

Unsuccessful nominations for listing as an Asset of Community Value

Asset name and address

Date rejected

Can not be nominated again until

Rose & Crown Public House, 22 High Road, Essendon

02.02.2021 (following appeal)

01.02.2026

Brookmans, Bradmore Green, Brookmans Park, AL9 7QW

18.02.2019

17.02.2024

 

Nominating an asset of community value

Who can nominate:

  • Parish Councils
  • Unincorporated groups ( who include at least 21 people on the local electoral roll, do not share profit with members, and are for the benefit of the local area)
  • Neighbourhood forums (only one forum per area)
  • Community interest groups (must be either a charity, a community interest company, a company limited by guarantee that does not share profit with its members, or an industrial and provident society which does not share profit with its members) 

How to nominate

Complete a nomination request form

The form must include:

  • a description of the nominated asset including its boundaries (including plans and photographs)
  • the names of current occupants of the asset and anyone with a freehold or leasehold interest
  • why it should be identified as an asset of community value
  • evidence you are eligible to make the nomination.

If the application is successful:

  • the owner can only dispose of the asset a community interest group (unless the community have had at least six months to put together a bid first)
  • the owner does not have to sell and can appeal against our decision to list the asset
  • owners are entitled to claim compensation if the listing of an asset results in a loss
  • the compensation is determined and paid by the Council (owners have a right of appeal).