Unfortunately, it is up to interpretation. ‘Community led’ as we understand from the PC perspective, is forming a closed group of financially interested people, 50% of whom are not residents; mis-leading the community in a public meeting and then forging ahead with contracting developers and architects (who are members of the steering group, along with the land owners, and their agents) make major decisions that involve massive development on conservation area in a small village, increasing housing stock by 25%. All we want to an open debate, transparency and visibility, that is our interpretation of community led. But we do not have the wealth or power for our interpretation of community led to be considered. We can only use the law to protect ourselves, which is why we were hoping for a legal definition, but I understand your point you raise.