Each of our 4
fields (sites) has a separate waiting list and field
To join a waiting
list, applicants contact the relevant steward for
that field and provide full contact details, such as
name, phone, email. Field stewards’ contact details
are published on our website.
Applicants may be
on more than one waiting list.
conditions are such that applicants must be named
individuals who may represent a household/family or
an organisation. The named individual remains
responsible for the tenancy. Applicants must be
Waiting lists are
chronological, with no queue jumping.
Whilst demand is
considered high for allotment plots new applicants
will be restricted to one 5-pole plot per household.
Existing plot holders with more than one plot will
not be affected.
holders who wish to apply for additional land will
be treated sympathetically. When demand is low and
there is no waiting list, it may be possible to rent
additional land. Such requests may be granted only
when there are vacant plots and the existing plot
holder’s current plot is fully cultivated.
Due to high demand
for allotments, if the applicant wishes to decline
the plot they have been offered but to remain on the
waiting list, their details will be moved to the
bottom of the list.
All applicants on
the waiting list will be contacted annually in
December to determine whether or not they wish to
remain on the list. If no response is received
within 28 days, their details will be removed from
the waiting list.
This policy was
adopted by the committee at its meeting in October
This policy may be
reviewed and amended by the committee.