Corporate Asset Management
South Lanarkshire Council is the fifth largest council in Scotland by population with more than 300,000 residents. It comprises a diverse area of heavily populated towns and extensive rural areas.
The council is responsible for delivering a range of services including education, housing, social work, roads, planning, environmental health, consumer and trading standards and community learning. Leisure services such as arts and museums, recreation grounds and parks, are delivered by South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd on behalf of the council.
Effective management of the council’s assets has a positive impact on the services provided.
You can look at our Public assets storymap for more information and to see the council's assets on a map.
The Corporate Asset Management Plan ensures our assets support current and future service requirements and provides the means to prioritise future investment and rationalisation decisions.
If you are interested in finding out more information, you can read our Corporate Asset Management Plan 2016.
Community Asset Transfer is an important part of the Community Empowerment Act which went live on 23 January 2017. South Lanarkshire Council is committed to working with eligible organisations in relation to Community Asset Transfer and recognises that the ownership or control of land and buildings is a powerful tool for communities to drive change and achieve their own goals. Anyone interested in Community Asset Transfer can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.