Apply for a HwDAA Plot

Information for applicants
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You can apply here for an allotment plot on a site administered by us, the Hotwells & District Allotments Association . Before doing so, please read these important points: 1. We can only allocate plots to Bristol City Council Tax payers. Regretably we cannot accept applications from outside this area. 2. Cultivating an allotment plot will mean hard work, at least initially. Unless you’re very lucky, most plots on takeover will inevitably look a bit like a small jungle. The secret is to work the plot a little and often. 3. You must be prepared to commit, on average over the year, 5 to 6 hours a week, preferably more. So, before applying, please ask yourself - have I got the spare time and commitment?. 4. How much will it cost? Charges currently are: Small Plot £40.00, Medium £53.00, Large £70.00 per year (1 Oct - 30 Sep). That’s about 77p per week for a small plot and we nearly always start new tenants on a small plot. The initial rental is charged pro-rata. In addition you will be asked to pay a one off charge for either a whole shed (£30.00) or a shared shed (£15.00) and a yearly subscription of £3.00 to the National Allotment Society(NAS). 5. How long will I have to wait to get a plot? Most of our sites have a slow turnover, so you may find yourself waiting up to 40 months or more. 6. I mportant Notes: The Allotment Acts as reflected in our tenancy agreement mean that you can not use your allotment for commercial means, i.e. selling on veg/herbs and other produce etc. ( Tenancy Agreement 2nd Schedule Clause 2). The tenancy agreement is for one person only (the plot holder). We do not offer joint ownership of a plot. During your tenancy, the plot remains the property of the Association.
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Apply for a HwDAA Plot Information for applicants
You are applying for an allotment plot on a site administered by us, the Hotwells & District Allotments Association. Please read these important points: 1. We can only allocate plots to Bristol City Council Tax payers. Regretably we cannot accept applications from outside this area. 2. Cultivating an allotment plot will mean hard work, at least initially. Unless you’re very lucky, most plots on takeover will inevitably look a bit like a small jungle. The secret is to work the plot a little and often. 3. You must be prepared to commit, on average over the year, 5 to 6 hours a week, preferably more. So, before applying, please ask yourself Have I got the spare time and commitment?. 4. How much will it cost? Charges currently are: Small Plot £40.00, Medium £53.00, Large £70.00 per year (1 Oct - 30 Sep). That’s about 77p per week for a small plot and we nearly always start new tenants on a small plot.The initial rental is charged pro-rata. In addition you will be asked to pay a one off charge for either a whole shed (£30.00) or a shared shed (£15.00) and a yearly subscription of £3.00 to the National Allotment Society(NAS). 5. How long will I have to wait to get a plot? Most of our sites have a slow turnover, so you may find yourself waiting up to 40 months or more. 6. Important Notes: The allotment acts as reflected in our tenancy agreement mean that you cannot use your allotment for commercial means, i.e. selling on veg/herbs and other produce etc. (Tenancy Agreement 2nd Schedule Clause 2)The tenancy agreement is for one person only (the plot holder). We do not offer joint ownership of a plot. During your tenancy, the plot remains the property of the Association.
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