Valley ACV decision process now agreed, no news on when

More than 17 weeks after we submitted our Asset of Community Value (ACV) status application, Royal Borough of Greenwich (RGB) have decided on their decision making process

More than double the legislated time so far has elapsed since 23rd July this year when we delivered our application to RBG, and far longer than any other application of which there have been numerous, and all of which have been successful - including Anfield and Old Trafford. The Localism act 2011 became law in September 2012 and despite having granted two applications in August RGB have now decided to adopt a new process for decision making, which was formalised last week. We are continuing to press for answers on when a decision may be forthcoming.

 1,890 Charlton fans have so far signed our e-petition in support of ACV, if granted this would mean fans would be consulted should the Valley be sold separately from the football club, and given 6 months to make a bid.
For more information and to follow the Valley ACV campaign please see our ACV FAQs page and for latest developments our Valley ACV blog