Assets Of Community Value - Help & Advice For PROPERTY Owners

If the owner disagrees with the councils decision to continue listing there property as an Asset of Community Value (ACV) they have the legal right to ask for an independent review to the First-Tier Tribunal service where a judge will decide via a hearing in person or on papers if the property does meet the criteria under section 88.

An owner’s appeal against a local authority listing review must be made to the General Regulatory Chamber of the First-Tier Tribunal. The deadline for appealing is specified in the procedural rules of that Chamber as 28 days from the date on which notice of the decision appealed against was sent to the owner. Appeals may be both on points of law and on findings of fact. The property will remain listed during the appeal process.

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We aim to provide an efficient, professional service, utilising our skills, experience and knowledge of the Right To Bid Legislation to your best advantage. We aim to provide honest advice about the merits of your case, and the best means of achieving success.

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The Right To Bid legislation, which is part of the Localism Act 2011 , Chapter 5 Part 3. Commonly known as an Asset of Community Value is a highly contested piece of legislation often used for purposes other that the legislators intended.

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Every asset of community value nomination is different, let our team help you formulate a strategy to respond to the nomination.

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As independent Asset of Community Value consultants we analyse how every local authority in England has interpreted this legislation with regards to being a material consideration in planning applications and what in the local authorities opinion actually furthers the social wellbeing and social interests of the local community.

First-Tier tribunal review statistics

Their has so far been 70 first-tier tribunal reviews into the local authorities decision list list a property as an Asset of Community Value.

Tribunal cases per year

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2012
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2013
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2014
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2015
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2016
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2017
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2018
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2020
Appeal allowed (i.e. land de-listed)
20%

14 tribunal cases have been successful where the land is de-listed

Tribunal decided on a full hearing
54.29%

38 of the 70 tribunal cases were decided on a full hearing as opposed to papers only.

Tribunal review was for a public houses
68.57%

48 out of the 70 tribunal cases involved a public house.

Statistics last updated 19/2/20

 

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