Asset Management Business Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update
The Council is aware of the current economic conditions and the additional pressure being put on business by the Covid-19 pandemic. Accordingly, the Council, as your landlord, understands that its tenants may have difficulty in meeting their rent payments for the forthcoming quarter and potentially beyond.
The Council will grant a 3 month rent holiday from 25th March 2020, but noting that the rent for the March quarter will have to be paid by the end of December 2020 or the expiry of the lease, whichever is the earlier.
In addition, the Council will agree to a temporary change to payment terms and will accept monthly payments of rent rather than quarterly payments.
The Council will review this position when more is known about the likely duration of the economic impact of the pandemic.
If you feel that you will have difficulties in making your rent payment due on 25th March, please contact the Asset Management team to discuss your position at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that this applies to the commercial tenants of the Council only; tenants of private landlords and whg tenants need to contact their own landlords directly.
Covid-19 Business Support page https://go.walsall.gov.uk/walsallcom/Walsall-Business/Coronavirus
For information on grant support please contact email@example.com for government guidance please go to https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/875348/small-business-grant-fund-and-retail-guidance-v2.pdf
Due to the current Government advice in respect of coronavirus, the council are operating with a considerably reduced number of office based staff.
In light of these current challenges we request that you contact Asset Management via the designated email address firstname.lastname@example.org in respect of general council property and land queries, this inbox is monitored on a daily basis and queries will be dealt with in order of priority.
Your queries are important to us and we ask for your continued patience in these difficult times, the council are continuing to monitor the advice provided by the Government and will return to normal service as soon as it is deemed appropriate to do so.
You can obtain information regarding shop premises and/or land, it is now possible to submit your offer electronically, however, you must use the appropriate form and where the tender process is being followed offers are submitted to a dedicated email address which remains unopened until after the closing date.
Where a property is listed as under offer and you wish to express an interest please contact Asset Management, should the current offer not proceed we will contact you.
1 Roberts Close, Moxley, Walsall, WS10 8SS
3 Sneyd Hall Road, Dudley Fields, Walsall, WS3 2NN
5 Silver Court, Brownhills, Walsall, WS8 6HA
64 Buxton Road, Bloxwich, Walsall, WS3 3QJ
18 Wolverhampton Street, Darlaston, Walsall, WS10 8UQ
38 Shannon Drive, Brownhills, Walsall, WS8 7LA
It is very rare that the council has any industrial units to rent as all of the major industrial sites that were managed by the council have been sold off. Occasionally there is one available please contact us for more information.
Community Asset Transfer
Darlaston Recreational Centre, Hall Street Darlaston, WS10 8NW - THE DEADLINE FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST HAS NOW PASSED
Community Asset Transfer Guide
Expression of Interest Form
Full Application/Business Case Form
For futher information on Community Asset Transfers please visit Community Asset Transfer.
Regeneration & Development
Economy and Environment
Zone 2M, 2nd Floor
Can I find out who owns a piece of land or building?
We can confirm if a piece of land or a building is owned by the council, however, we do not have ownership details in respect of private land or property this information should be available at the Land Registry. Please contact them direct https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/land-registry
or telephone 0300 006 0411.
The council does not have information about the boundaries of private land. You should check your property deeds and obtain advice from a surveyor, solicitor or other legal adviser.
Which fence am I responsible for?
The council no longer own any housing stock; in 2003 any residential properties that were still owned by the council were transferred to Housing Associations. If you are a private owner you should check your property deeds or obtain advice from a surveyor, solicitor or other legal adviser. If you are tenant then you should contact your landlord.
How do I put my name down for a house?
The council no longer own any housing stock; in 2003 any houses that were still owned by the Council were transferred to Housing Associations. There are a number of Housing Association that currently provide housing in Walsall please see our website on Finding a home http://cms.walsall.gov.uk/index/housing/finding_a_home.htm
Does the council have any land or property for sale or rent?
Occasionally the council has land or buildings for rent or sale, if so, they are usually offered through the informal tender process or offers, all availability is published on this website.
Can I submit a tender or offer on-line?
Not at this time but we are looking into providing this service in the future.