The Community Right to Bid (Assets of Community Value in legislation) is one of a raft of new initiatives introduced in the
Localism Act 2011, and came into force when it completed its ?nal
Parliamentary stage in Autumn 2012.
The Community Right to Bid allows communities and parish councils to nominate buildings or land for listing by the local authority as an asset of community value.
As an international leader in public participation, International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) has developed the IAP2 Core Values for Public Participation for use in the development and implementation of public participation processes. These core values were developed over a two year period with broad international input to identify those aspects of public participation which cross national, cultural, and religious boundaries. The purpose of these core values is to help make better decisions which re? ect the interests and concerns of potentially a? ected people and entities
The Environment Agency, English Heritage, Forestry Commission and Natural England are the statutory environmental bodies that deliver the Governments work to protect and improve the natural, built and historic environment.Neighbourhood planning is a new way for communities to shape the future of the places where they live and work. This advice note is for community groups and parish / town councils starting work on aneighbourhood plan, neighbourhood development order, or Community Right to Build Order.
- ideas on how to improve your local environment through neighbourhood planning
- where to go for information about your local environment
- information on environmental assessment
- when to consult
This bulletin from the neighbourhood planning team in the Department for Communities and Local Government provides an update on the latest news and policy developments, how the neighbourhood planning team can help communities, and how communities varied work on the ground fits with the national picture
Access it here