Posts in Category: Community Asset Transfer

Aneurin Leisure  

Community Asset Transfer
Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council began initial discussions regarding alternative models of service delivery for Leisure services during 2012. The key drivers were to sustain the delivery of Leisure’s social objectives, meet the requirements of... read more
 
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  13/04/2015   Categories: Community Asset Transfer Welsh Government
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Ebbw Vale Institute 

Community Asset Transfers in Wales – A Best Practice Guide
Ebbw Vale Institute is the oldest Institute in Wales. It is a Grade II listed building and was built in 1849. It was in danger of being lost due to the need for extensive repair and refurbishment, which the owner, Blaenau Gwent CBC, could not commit ... read more
 
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  13/04/2015   Categories: Community Asset Transfer Welsh Government
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Neuadd Ogwen 

Community Asset Transfers in Wales – A Best Practice Guide
In September 2012, Gwynedd Council, Estates Department accepted a recommendation to transfer the freehold of arts and music centre, Neuadd Ogwen, to the responsibility of a social enterprise Tabernacl (Bethesda) Cyf. The transfer included a parcel... read more
 
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  13/04/2015   Categories: Community Asset Transfer Welsh Government
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Life Leisure Trust 

Community Asset Transfers in Wales – A Best Practice Guide
Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council began initial discussions regarding alternative models of service delivery for Leisure services during 2012. The key drivers were to sustain the delivery of Leisure’s social objectives, meet the requirements of... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  13/04/2015   Categories: Community Asset Transfer Welsh Government
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Hay-on-Wye Cheese Market 

Community Asset Transfers in Wales – A Best Practice Guide
Hay-on-Wye Cheese Market – a Grade II listed landmark building which required substantial investment and had been declared surplus to Powys County Council (PCC) requirements. The Hay-on-Wye Community Enterprise CIC (HCECIC) wished to be granted a... read more
 
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  13/04/2015   Categories: Community Asset Transfer Welsh Government
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Ebbw Vale Institute 

Community Asset Transfers in Wales – A Best Practice Guide
Ebbw Vale Institute is the oldest Institute in Wales. It is a Grade II listed building and was built in 1849. It was in danger of being lost due to the need for extensive repair and refurbishment, which the owner, Blaenau Gwent CBC, could not commit ... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  20/03/2015   Categories: Community Asset Transfer Welsh Government
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Neuadd Ogwen 

Community Asset Transfers in Wales – A Best Practice Guide
In September 2012, Gwynedd Council, Estates Department accepted a recommendation to transfer the freehold of arts and music centre, Neuadd Ogwen, to the responsibility of a social enterprise Tabernacl (Bethesda) Cyf. The transfer included a parcel... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  20/03/2015   Categories: Community Asset Transfer Welsh Government
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Life Leisure Trust 

Community Asset Transfers in Wales – A Best Practice Guide
Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council began initial discussions regarding alternative models of service delivery for Leisure services during 2012. The key drivers were to sustain the delivery of Leisure’s social objectives, meet the requirements of... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  20/03/2015   Categories: Community Asset Transfer Welsh Government
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