Understanding Community Asset Transfer: A Guide

Community Asset Transfer is the transfer of a publicly owned asset (usually, but not limited to, buildings and land) to a community organisation at less than market value, or at nil consideration (no cost). Community ownership of land and buildings can transform neighborhoods, support thriving community businesses, and unlock the power of community. It can provide a sustainable income stream and secure base for community activities, service delivery and local enterprise. This guide provides information and advice to community organisations about the Community Asset Transfer process, breaking it up into five stages to help you to acquire a publicly owned asset. Access the guide here

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