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Allotments are a great way of keeping fit as well as giving you the chance to meet new friends and grow fresh produce!

You can rent one of our 440 allotment plots across eight sites. All sites have water.

Things to consider

  1. You must be resident in the district to rent an allotment from us
  2. You may also be able to rent an allotment off your local parish council
  3. If you've got a big load of allotment waste you can have it collected by our bulky waste collection service.
  4. Existing customers are invoiced every October for the forthcoming year.

List of allotment sites

  1. Watt Close, Bromsgrove (behind Sanders Park)
  2. Stourbridge Road, Bromsgrove (next to the Princess of Wales Hospital)
  3. Newton Road, Aston Fields, Bromsgrove
  4. Stoke Road, Aston Fields, Bromsgrove
  5. Roundhill, Lickey End, Bromsgrove (Located off Staple Flats)
  6. Stoneybridge, Fairfields, (Located off Maderley Road)
  7. Pool Furlong, Clent.
  8. Rigby Lane Allotments, Aston Fields, Bromsgrove

Allotment prices

Fees and charges for allotments can be found here

Prices include water.

Approved Structures

Information regarding putting up sheds, greenhouses, poly tunnels and other structures can be found here

 Apply for an allotment

All of our allotment sites have a waiting list. Please note when you submit your application you will be added to the waiting list for a 12 month period.

If you have a desire to remain on the list you will have to reapply for a further 12 months.

Please take a moment to read  our allotment tenancy agreement before applying.

To apply please complete our online application

 Pay for your allotment

There are two ways you can pay for your allotment:

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Monthly Planner

Our monthly planner will help you get the most from your allotment throughout the whole year. Tips on when and what to grow and the jobs required to keep on top of your allotment throughout the months.

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