Community Right to Bid

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The Community Rights are a set of powers which give communities more
control over what happens in their neighbourhood and to important local
amenities of value to them. Communities can decide what is built in their
neighbourhood and how the area should develop. They also have the chance
to deliver local services and nominate and bid for community assets and
develop them into community enterprises.

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

For supporter’s trusts, all of the Community Rights offer potential
opportunties to secure community benefit in football stadia. However, the
Community Right to Bid is mostly likely to be of relevance to the majority of
supporter’s trusts. Therefore, this guide concentrates on this specific
provision.

Please read more in the attached pdf: Right to Bid Guidance for Supporters Trusts

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