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There are allotments in many of the villages and these are generally owned and operated by Parish Councils. Allotments are considered a healthy form of outdoor recreation, especially for those with no access to a garden. The Council places importance of the protection of such areas of open space for recreation and for their potential nature conservation value.
 
If sites become underused and are no longer required for allotment purposes, proposals for the change of use of the land, or other development, will have to be consistent with other policies in the Development Plan. In considering such proposals, the Council will not regard allotments as previously developed land.
 

For further information relating to allotments in your area you will need to contact your local Parish Council.

South Staffordshire Council is currently preparing an Allotment Strategy for the district. As part of this, we would be interested to hear from residents with any comments regarding allotment provision in South Staffordshire. For further information, please contact Landscape Planning Services using the information below.

 

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Landscape Planning Services
Telephone: (01902) 696538
Fax: (01902) 696705
Email: dcapps@sstaffs.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

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