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Local authority information

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A number of local authorities in Wales have specific information depending on where you are located.

Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council

Read the Blaenau Gwent Community Asset Transfer Policy (external link) and also their page on community cohesion (external link).

Bridgend County Borough Council

Read this 'Community Asset Transfer Guidance' (external link).

Caerphilly County Borough Council

Caerphilly CBC’s community improvement fund (external link) capital grants are given up to £5,000 and is aimed at community groups.

Cardiff Council

Cardiff Council’s Cardiff Partnership website (external link) has information on neighbourhood partnerships and "The Stepping Up Community Toolkit" (external link).

Carmarthenshire County Council

Read this 'Community Asset Transfer' (external link) on the Carmarthenshire County website and also their page on Commercial Land and Property  (external link).

Ceredigion County Council

A number of community grants are available to community groups. More information can be found on the Ceredigion Community Grant Scheme (external link).

Conwy County Borough Council

Conwy CBC runs two schemes: 'Community Enterprise Development Scheme' and 'Cyfenter' (which they run in partnership with Mentor Mon). Both can be found on this page ‘Introduction to Community Regeneration Initiatives’ (external link).

Flintshire County Council

Flintshire County Council have useful documents on their website 'Community Asset Transfer Guidance Notes' (external link).

Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council

Specific information can be found on this page Corporate Asset Management Plan 2014-19 (external link).

Monmouthshire County Council

Read this useful Asset management plan on their website (external link).

Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

Read their Asset Management Plan 2011-16 (external link) for more information.

Pembrokeshire County Council

For specific information on Council owned land and premises, Pembrokeshire County have this Property webpage (external link). 

Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council

For specific information on Council owned land and premises, Rhondda Cynon Taff have this Land and premises (external link).

City and County of Swansea

There ‘Community Action Transformation Fund’ (external link) is still available to apply for. Closing date is the 06 March 2015.

Vale of Glamorgan Council

Read this useful Corporate Asset Management Plan (external link) on the Vale of Glamorgan website.

Wrexham County Borough Council

Read this useful Community Development and Regeneration document (external link) on the Wrexham County website.