The contact name must be the same as the person signing the declaration overleaf. Ideally, this will be a member of the management team (chairperson, secretary or treasurer).
We prefer to correspond via email to quickly and effectively deal with nominations and queries however, postal nominations will be accepted. If you cannot provide an email address we must have at least one contact telephone number.
It is important you state which organisation type you are, as only those shown here are currently eligible to nominate. Unincorporated community groups are able to nominate but not to bid. Any nomination received from an ineligible body will not be accepted.
Number of members (for unincorporated groups)
Only groups with 21 or more members who are registered to vote in the Hastings and local area are able to nominate. You will need to provide evidence of this by sending a list of 21 members' names and addresses which will be checked against the electoral role.
The current occupier may not be the same as the property owner so it is important we advise all affected should the property be listed.
Supporting information for nomination
In here you need to put why you feel the property currently boosts the social interest and social wellbeing of the local community or if it had in the past why it is realistic to think that it could in the future.
Boundary of the property
We need to know the extent of the property you are nominating; this may include the car park area as an example. However, it should be noted that any area which is in the ownership of a statutory undertaker (eg electricity substation) cannot be listed.
Community Right to Bid
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