Useful Link: Community Rights (Localism)

The Community Rights are a set of powers which give people more control over their community, allowing them to have a say in what happens to important local amenities including open spaces, and how the area develops. It also means groups have the chance to deliver local services and develop them into community enterprises. The new Rights are contained within the 2012 Localism Act, devolving power from government to communities, local authorities and individuals. There is information on community right to bid, buy, challenge and on neighbourhood planning.

Community Rights





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