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Nominate an asset to the list

Only voluntary and community organisations can make nominations, not individuals. The nominating body must have a local connection and the asset must be in Royal Greenwich.

The nomination has to be made for land or buildings in the local area of the body making the nomination.

More details on eligible nominating bodies are explained in the online nomination form.

Nominate an asset of community value

Once your nomination has been received the Royal Borough will check that it is valid and assess the nomination. The Royal Borough will then contact you with the decision on whether to include the asset on the lists of assets of community value. If the nomination is successful, the asset will be placed on the list for five years.

We have an eight-week period to decide on nominations from the time they are received. If more than one organisation nominates the same asset, we'll notify the nominating organisations accordingly.

Review of decision

If we formally decide to include an asset on the list, the landowner can request that we review this decision within eight weeks of being notified. There is also a process for an appeal to an independent body.