Right to Challenge
The Right to Challenge is a national process being introduced
through the government's
Localism Act. It came into force on 27 June 2012.
The Right to Challenge makes it easier for voluntary and
community groups or council employees to bid to run council
services. Find out more about what rights
it gives you. There are also things you
might need to consider if you are interested in using the Right
The right to challenge is just one way you can tell us about any
ideas you may have about running our services. You can still
contact the service directly, speak to your local council member, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 0300 333 5540.
How does the Right to Challenge process work?
Select the boxes below or use the menu on the left for more
information on each stage of the process.