Assets of community value
Local community groups have the right to nominate an area of land or a building for listing by the council as "asset of community value".
Subject to certain conditions this, will give an opportunity for community interest groups, such as a parish or town council or a local voluntary group, to register an interest in purchasing the asset if the owner decides to sell it.
Nominate an Asset of Community Value (PDF) [411KB]
Assets of Community Value in the borough
Asset Name and Address
Nominating Community Interest Group
Date of Decision
Reason for Listing
Date of Intention to Dispose
End of Interim Moratorium
Intention to Bid Received
End of Full Moratorium
End of Protection Period
The Nabs Head Hotel, Nabs Head Lane, Samlesbury, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 0UQ.
Nicholas Alderson, Leader of the Unincorporated Group/Body.
The current use of the building furthers the social wellbeing and social interests of the local community.
Unsuccessful nominations for Assets of Community Value
|Asset name and address||Nominating Community Interest group||Date received||Date of decision||Decision||Reason for refusal|
|The Smithy Inn, 133 Liverpool Old Road, Much Hoole, Lancashire. PR4 4GB||Much Hoole Parish Council||25/09/2015||26/02/2016||Refused at review||It is not realistic to think there can continue to be non-ancillary use of the building or other land which will further (whether or not in the same way) the social wellbeing or social interests of the local community|