Allotments

Andover Town Council owns and manages 500 allotment plots on 7 sites. Plots are rented from Andover Town Council. Having an allotment can offer some of the following benefits: - Growing your own produce - Personal control of chemical use - Protecting the environment - Fun for all the family

Report an issue

The Allotments team are interested in any issues with regards to the allotments you may have. Before reporting an issue please check the Maintenance page to find out if the issue has already been reported.

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How to register


If you'd like to go on the waiting list for an Allotment in Andover, please use our application form.

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Frequently Asked Questions

For your assistance we have listed below the most frequently asked questions

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Allotment News

Find out about the latest happenings on the Allotment Sites.

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Allotment Newsletters

Andover Town Council produces a newsletter for all existing allotment holders. The newsletter includes seasonal advice on harvesting and planting and up to date information on the work carried out by the Town Council on the allotment sites.

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Allotment Locations

Where are the Allotment Sites? Below are maps showing the locations of the 7 Allotment Sites in Andover.

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Rules & Regulations

Andover Town Council's Allotment sites are governed by Rules and Regulations (R&R's) which we expect all allotment holders to abide by.

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Charges & Fees

Andover Town Council operates a system of charges based on a charge per square metre.

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Allotment Meetings

The Town Council holds Allotment Sub Committee meetings on a regular basis to discuss issues raised by our allotment tenants and to review the management of the allotments. These meetings are preceeded by a surgery for our allotment tenants and you are invited to come along to these surgeries and meet with the committee members to discuss any issues you have to do with the allotments. Dates and times for these surgeries/meetings will be published on this website and in the noticeboards on the allotment sites.

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