Valley ACV

What does ACV for the Valley mean for Charlton?

Mon Dec 2 2013

Since Friday 29th November 2013 and nearly 21 years since CAFC’s return to SE7,  The Valley is registered with Royal Borough of Greenwich as an Asset of Community Value (ACV) What is ACV? The designation which is designed to give local communities some say over the future of their local facilities, allows for a 6…

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The Valley is an Asset of Community Value!

Fri Nov 29 2013

Charlton Athletic Supporter’s Trust is delighted to announce that the Valley has been designated an Asset of Community Value. Royal Borough of Greenwich Council today confirmed acceptance of the Trust’s application under the 2011 Localism Act. As an ACV, should the owner of the Valley wish to sell it, he must notify the local authority.…

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Foxes win hunt for ACV as do three other clubs in Nov

Thu Nov 28 2013

This month saw four more grounds achieve Asset of Community Value status Two of whom St Andrews and the King Power stadium are at the same level as Charlton. Also added to Birmingham and Leicester’s listing were Stockport’s Edgley Park and Prescot Cables Valerie Park. The status which is becoming widespread throughout the game and…

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Valley ACV decision process now agreed, no news on when

Mon Nov 25 2013

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…

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ACV process decision today – while SLP reports CAFC Sale close

Wed Nov 20 2013

Royal Borough of Greenwich cabinet are meeting today to decide the process for making ACV decisions, odd since they have already granted two applications so far. “The nomination has been progressed, however, it is being held pending the outcome of a report going to the Cabinet on 20th November 2013, which seeks agreement to the…

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Valley ACV why the delay RBG? Now 15 weeks/1856 signatures

Tue Nov 12 2013

RBG delay to establish a new process for Valley ACV, contrary to the process that has been in operation for some months now, and which has now seen 12 stadia listed in this way. CAS Trust lodged its application for Asset of Community Value (ACV) status for the Valley back in July, an application which…

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