Community Rights and the Localism Act
There are four key Community Rights set out in the Localism Act 2011 , which devolve power from government to communities, local authorities and individuals.
Gives communities the opportunity to bid to buy and run local amenities.
Allows local groups to express interest in taking over a service where they think they can do it better.
Gives you the chance to decide how your local area should be developed and what should be built.
Supports community led building projects and planning applications
If you need tools, information and guidance to take action and make your community a better place to live, visit My Community the portal for community right and grants information.