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Moor Farm Declared An Asset Of Community Value.
Tuesday, August 12 2014

RamsTrust, the supporters trust for Derby County, is delighted to announce that its application to Erewash Borough Council for the Derby County Football Academy and Training Ground at Moor Farm to be declared an Asset of Community Value (ACV) has been successful.

The Morley Road site in Chaddesden, Derby, has now been listed in accordance with the Localism Act 2011.

This means that any plans to dispose of the property (other than as a gift, inheritance, mortgage default, insolvency, death, court order or business transfer) will see a moratorium placed on it and RamsTrust will be offered the opportunity to bid for it.

This is the first training ground in the country to be granted ACV status and other trusts are now expected to follow suit.

Robin Osterley, Chief Executive of the trusts' umbrella body, Supporters Direct, said: ‘Supporters Direct is delighted to acknowledge the incredibly hard work of the RamsTrust in getting their training ground listed as an Asset of Community Value. We hope this will set a major precedent for community-based clubs and their trusts, and we looking forward to doing what we can to help this process along”

RamsTrust Chair Jim Wheeler said ' We are very excited about this achievement and setting a precedent for football clubs' training grounds. The Ipro Stadium was successfully listed as an ACV earlier this year and this is a unique double'.

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