Nominate a building or land as an asset of community value
Who can nominate
You can nominate a building or land to be listed as an asset of community value if you are a voluntary or community organisation with a local connection.
Your organisation could be a:
- Body designated as a neighbourhood forum
- Parish council
- Unincorporated group with at least 21 members on the Newham electoral register, that doesn’t distribute any surplus it makes to its members
- A charity
- Company limited by guarantee that doesn’t distribute any surplus to members
- Industrial or provident society that doesn’t distribute any surplus to members
- Community interest company.
Evidence you must provide
You must provide:
- Evidence to show that your organisation meets the definition of a community nominator as set out in the regulations, such as:
Articles of Association
Terms of Reference
- Evidence to show that you have the right to apply on behalf of the organisation, such as minutes of the meeting where it was agreed that you would make the nomination
- Evidence to show your organisation’s local connection to Newham, such as a map or document.
If you are an unincorporated group you must also include a list of 21 members names on the Newham’s electoral register.
Nominate land or a building
Nominate a building or some land as an asset of community value
You can get help and advice with your nomination from the My Community website
Deciding whether a building or land is an asset of community value
We will look at your nomination to see whether the building or land qualifies to be listed as an asset of community value.
We will decide whether to list it and write to you to tell you what our decision is, no more than eight weeks after we have received your nomination form.