Asset of Community Value Application

An Asset of Community Value (ACV) is defined in the Localism Act 2011. A building or other land is an asset of community value if its main use has recently been or is presently used to further the social wellbeing or social interests of the local community and could do so in the future. The Localism Act states that ‘social interests’ include cultural, recreational and sporting interests. More information on what ACV's are and what they do is available here:
My Community Guide to ACVs

Local Councils have the power to declare Assets of Community Value. To comment on this application (preferably in support!) please mail and copy in

Our most recent application is linked below. If you require any of the supporting documentation please email us at


You can see some of the existing letters of support already sent in on our letters page.