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How to run a community pub

Local pubs are often central to local communities. They can be a focal point for people in your area to get together, provide jobs and are a great contributor to local economies. So, running a community pub can be a …

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Community Shares

What are community shares?

This video explains in easy, simple terms how communities can own property and buildings through community shares. It explains how communities shares work and why they’re different to other forms of ownership. Over 200 businesses in the UK are owned …

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Locality

What is Locality’s Asset Transfer Unit?

If your community group wants to take over a community building or some land, you may want to consider an asset transfer. Locality’s Asset Transfer Unit is a website that contains resources and a legal toolkit to help you go …

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Community Tool Box

How to identify Community Assets and Resources

We have found a website that helps you identify the assets in your community and provides advice on how to make the most of them. The asset itself could be a person, a building, or an existing community service. A …

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ACRE

What are Community Assets?

All facilities and buildings that are owned and managed by rural communities are classed as community assets. Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) is the national umbrella body for the 38 Rural Community Councils who work at a local …

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My Community Rights

Understanding Neighbourhood Planning

The My Community Rights website, run by Locality, has information on Neighbourhood Planning. The Localism Act 2011 introduced statutory Neighbourhood Planning in England. It enabled communities to draw up a Neighbourhood Plan for their area and was intended to give …

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