Part 9 of the Community Empowerment Act refers to Allotments and food growing. It requires local authorities to maintain waiting lists and take reasonable steps to provide allotments if the waiting lists exceed certain trigger points. It also strengthens the protection for allotments and clarifies the rights of local authorities and plot holders. There is […]
In 2010, the Central Scotland Green Network support unit undertook some research into existing community growing spaces. The full report and summary documents are available here.
What is it about? The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act brings new rights, duties and responsibilities which could have a huge impact on community growing and allotments in Scotland. This event is an introduction to the Act, so that people who are affected by these new rights, duties and responsibilities are aware of them and better […]
New Guide Helps Community Growers Tackle Contamination A new guide for Scotland’s community gardeners and ‘allotmenteers’ offering information about growing food on land that may be contaminated, has been launched by the Grow Your Own Working Group. ‘A Guide For Growing On Land Which May Be Contaminated‘ has been written in response to an increasing demand […]
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