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Allotments

Have you thought of the benefits an allotment could bring you, including eating freshly organic grown vegetables, the health benefits through exercise and fresh air?

Dudley Council own a total of 38 allotments sites at various locations within the borough. There are 32 sites that are managed by allotment associations and 2 which are managed by the Council. Four other sites are currently redundant.

Allotment Association Run Sites within Dudley Borough

  • Abbey Road, Halesowen

  • Baptist End/Swan Street, Netherton

  • Barnett Lane, Wordsley

  • Bayer Street, Coseley

  • Blaze Park, Wall Heath

  • Bobs Coppice, Quarry Bank

  • Brewery Fields (Hillcrest Road), Dudley

  • Brooklands (Oak Park Road), Wordsley

  • Bundle Hill, Halesowen

  • Cemetery Road (Spring Street, Recreation Fields & Perrins Lane), Lye

  • Elizabeth Road, Halesowen

  • Gorge Road, Sedgley

  • Hawbush Community Centre, Amblecote

  • Highfield Park (Highfield Lane), Halesowen

  • Howley Grange, Halesowen

  • Kent Road, Halesowen

  • Market Street, Kingswinford
  • Park Road, Quarry Bank

  • Parkes Hall Road, Woodsetton

  • Red Hill (off Prospect Row), Dudley

  • Richmond Park, Wall Heath

  • Russells Hall, Dudley

  • St Pauls Drive, Blackheath

  • School Drive, Amblecote

  • Walton Allotments, Halesowen

  • Wollaston Allotments (South Rd, Lady Greys Walk, Charles Road & High Park Avenue), Stourbridge

  • Wollescote Park (Springfield Avenue), Lye

Council Run Sites

  • Cranmoor Crescent, Halesowen

  • Lower High Street (adjacent to Woodland Avenue), Quarry Bank

Use our online search to locate the allotments near to you.

What is an Allotment?

The average allotment is a plot of land comprising of 300sq yards (or 253sq.m.). On your allotment plot you can grow fruit and vegetables or flowers.

How much does it cost to rent an allotment plot?

Council managed plots are rented out at £6.80 per 50m2 per annum. Where an allotment site is managed by an association, the rent is determined by the association. A returnable deposit may be requested if a key to the site is required. 

How Do I Get an Allotment?

Please use our online Allotments Application Form or contact us using the details below, to determine if a plot is available at a council managed site or for the contact details of association run sites. Some sites are in particular demand and a waiting list may exist, if this is the case you will be added to the list and contacted when a plot becomes available. If a plot on a Council managed site is available an Allotments Officer will meet you at the site for you to view the vacant plot.

Once you have selected a plot you must sign a tenancy agreement before your possession of the plot can be granted.

Sheds and Greenhouses

If you wish to erect a shed or greenhouse you must seek permission from the Parks Development Team, as per the contact details below.

Contact Details

  • Name Allotments Section, Culture & Leisure Services
  • Address Directorate of the Urban Environment, 4 Ednam Road, Dudley, West Midlands DY1 1HL
  • Telephone 01384 815675