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Researcher requires assistance with study into Assets of Community Value

Tessa Lynn, of the University of Reading, is conducting doctoral research into Assets of Community Value and has asked CAMRA to invite people with experience of the process to assist in her research. She is particularly interested in how Local Authorities deal with ACV applications and how the process can be improved. This research will hopefully provide guidance to the Government on how the ACV legislation could be improved. It is conducted independently of CAMRA and your input into the research will remain anonymous. 

Tessa Lynn said: "Your experience of the Community Right to Bid is valuable. I am carrying out doctoral research based at the University of Reading. I am particularly interested in hearing from those who have had experience with nominating an Asset of Community Value whether successful or unsuccessful and overall what your view is on the Community Right to Bid.

If you have any more questions or would like to discuss this further then please contact Tessa on

If you would like to take part in the research, then please fill out the online questionnaire available here: