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Have you thought of the benefits an allotment could bring you? They include Eating freshly organic grown vegetables and the health benefits through exercise and fresh air

We own a total of 38 allotment sites at various locations within the borough. 32 sites are managed by allotment associations, two are managed directly by us and four other sites are currently redundant.

  • Allotment Vegetable growing photo
  • Allotment photo

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 do I get an allotment?

Please use our online Allotments Application Form or contact us to determine if a plot is available at a site we manage or to get 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.

Fees information

Find out more about Allotment fees.

Allotment Sites

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