Report says councils could sell off or lease assets

Councils could be able to sell off or lease assets for £1 if the community stands to benefit, according to a government-commissioned report this week. London Borough of Lewisham chief executive Barry Quirk's report says the move could give local people greater control of key community assets. It also calls for guidance on how to transfer assets to community management and ownership. Making Assets Work is available at

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