Assets of Community Value


Supporters Direct are the leading experts in assisting supporters trusts and sports clubs to list their stadiums as an Asset of Community Value.

"Community Right to Bid" is part of a set of powers giving communities more control over what happens in their area and the important local amenities of value to them. 

Rights are contained within the Localism Act 2011 which devolves power from government to communities, local authorities and individuals.  

You can find out which stadiums are protected by consulting our ACV list HERE.

If you have any questions about Assets of Community Value or want to find out how you can list your sports stadium as an Asset of Community Value with your local council then visit our ACV Experts here on the hub or contact one of our Network Managers for assistance.

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We have already registered Turf moor as an ACV but we note that this will need renewal in 18 months time and this appears to require a completely new application which proved somewhat tortuous last time. is there a way of shortcutting the extension process?
John Trippier
for Burnley Clarets Trust

I'll update the list, keep your eyes peeled for our short ACV video which will be published soon! :-)

Clapton FC (the real club) had the Old Spotted Dog Ground listed as an ACV earlier this year.

Only last week the Leeds United Supporters Trust successfully had Elland Road registered by Leeds City Council as an ACV.