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Dudley Council own a number of grazing sites in the borough. When land is available we are able to rent this land out to the public. You can express your interest in a site or a number of sites and we will add you to our waiting list. We will then notify you when there is space available.

How much does it cost to rent land?

The licence fee depends upon the size of the field and area it is based in. The price will be confirmed with you when a site is offered.

You can find further information on fees below:

How can I apply?

You can request an application form for grazing land via the form below.

Please note, you will be added to our waiting list for the site or sites you are interested in. We will then contact you when we have space available.

Grazing Sites


Turls Hill Road


Mons Hill Cottages
Parkfield Road
Parkhead Locks
Uplands Road

Lower Gornal

Barrow Hill Road
Guys Lane Site
Gornal Crematorium
Robert Street

Upper Gornal

Eve Lane
Rear of Parkes Hall Primary School


Stourbridge Road


Huntsmill Drive
Huntsmill Farm

Quarry Bank

Dunns Bank
Lodge Farm Field
Mushroom Green
Saltwells Inn
Saltwells Road


Catholic Lane
Cotwall End Valley
Gospel End Road
Larkswood Drive
Sedgley Hall Farm Park
Wolverhampton Road / Gibbons Hill Road
Wolverhampton Road


Wollaston Farm

Fee Information

How long will my application take to process?

Once received we will aim to process your application as soon as possible. You can contact us via the general enquiry form below to confirm the status of your application. 

Making a complaint

If you are not happy with the service provided, please contact us by using the form below and we will endeavour to resolve any concerns or queries you may have.

You can also report a complaint, compliment, or comment via our formal procedure.

Stray and Illegally Kept Horses and Ponies

A minority of owners have kept their horses on Council owned or private land illegally. This in turn has caused a number of problems to the public by depriving them of the use of property, such as forestry or park land, they have been responsible for attacks on the public, and have caused a number of serious road traffic accidents. Both the Council and the Police are keen to respond to these reports.

We encourage members of the public to report any incidents to us using the form at the bottom of the page.

All information given will be forwarded to both the enforcement agency, bailiff and the Police as appropriate.

Hiring Out Horses

If your are interested in hiring out horses for riding or riding lessons, please visit our activities involving animals page for information on licencing.

Animal Welfare Concerns

We will investigate complaints of poor animal welfare conditions in a commercial business or if you suspect someone is operating a business without a licence within the Dudley Borough. If you have a general concern about the welfare of an animal, please contact us via the Animal Welfare Advice and Complaints form.

Alternatively you can report the matter directly to the RSPCA.

  • For further information please contacts us.

    General Enquiry

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    Please note that the offices are closed at weekends and Bank Holidays.