This model of community use agreement was developed with the law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP and reflects our recent knowledge and practices in the creation, implementation and management of CUAs. The aim will be to lay the groundwork for the development of agreements for a number of different educational institutions. When an educational institution decides that its sports facilities are available for community use, it is a good idea to formalize this agreement with a Community Use Agreement (AUC). It explains how the agreement should work and should normally cover hours of availability, management agreements and pricing policies. We play a crucial role in promoting greater opportunities for sport and the active recovery of local communities. These cases may involve proposing securing and/or improving community use as an appropriate alternative and/or mitigation measure when existing playgrounds or other sports facilities may be affected. This reduction may be necessary so that we do not formally oppose or withdraw our opposition to a development proposal. This CUA, developed in collaboration with Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP, draws on an in-depth knowledge of the latest practices in the production, implementation and management of CEAs. It should serve as the basis for the development of agreements for a number of different educational institutions. It may be useful to modify this standard model if necessary to reach out to appropriate local partners to reflect local priorities, objectives and circumstances.
If the model is used, the AUC must be developed in agreement with the contracting parties before it is completed. It may be appropriate to modify this standard model accordingly to refer to appropriate local partners to reflect local priorities, objectives and circumstances. If the model is used, the AUC must be developed in agreement with the contracting parties before being finalized. We are therefore very keen to promote the opening of sports facilities to the community if they are not requested by the primary user. This should help to ensure that the Community has well-managed and safe access to sports facilities in educational institutions. Many educational sites have very good sports facilities, which are often underutilized at normal schooling. That`s why we want to encourage increased availability of sports facilities for the general purpose community if they are not used by the primary user. Community Use Agreement (PDF 281.5KB) Proforma Community Use Agreement There will be other instances where we may not need an AUC, but we will propose to develop one to ensure safety and clarity on community access intentions.