During this time of Covid-19 Gosport Borough Council continues to adapt to the Government guidance and safely continue with the management of Gosport Borough Council allotments sites.
If Allotment gardening is your choice of daily exercise please continue to conduct this activity in line with the Government Guidance.
Although formal plot inspections are not taking place across the sites some plots are becoming noticeably overgrown. Where these plots have been identified the tenants are being contacted by e-mail or letter.
In line with the tenancy terms and conditions Bonfires are not permitted on allotments at this time in accordance with GBC guidance re allotments www.gosport.gov.uk/allotmentnotices
Every effort must be taken to recycle as much waste from the Allotment as possible.
Please find below the link for the National Assosciation of Allotments with regards to Covid 19
Gosport has 10 allotment sites in locations the borough. So wherever you live in Gosport, an allotment site should not be far away.
Applying for an allotment:
Register your interest by:
Fees from January to December
£6.32 per rod - 1 square rod is approx 25.29m2
Invoices are sent out to all existing Tenants at the beginning of each year.
As per Section 30(2) of the Small Holdings and Allotments Act 1908 (as amended) if payment is not received within 40 days of the Invoice issue date, Gosport Borough Council will issue a written Notice of Termination of Tenancy Agreement in relation to the unpaid rent of the Allotment Plot concerned. At the expiration of 28 days after the Notice has been served the Allotment Plot concerned will be reallocated to the next person on the waiting list.
Q) Who can apply?
A) Anyone over 18 who lives in the Borough of Gosport can apply for an allotment.