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Community asset transfer

Transfer process

Blackpool Council review their property portfolio on a regular basis, any properties that are suitable for a community asset transfer are listed below.

If you would like to explore undertaking a transfer on any of the below assets you’ll need to start the process by submitting an expression of interest.

This will be checked to ensure you meet the criteria.

If successful you will be provided with the necessary asset information to in order to support the development of a full business case, a template will be provided.

This business case will be reviewed and scored by a mixed panel of officers and councillors.

If the stage 2 business plan is successful an agreement in principle and terms of transfer will be progressed. If necessary cabinet member approval will be required.

Once the asset has transferred an annual report outlining activity in line with the terms of transfer will be required to ensure the asset continues to add value to the local community.

  • Stage 1 – Submit an expression of interest
  • Stage 2 – Submit Full business case
  • Stage 3 – Agree to terms of transfer

For more information or for a copy of the community asset transfer policy email