- Each of
our 4 fields has a separate waiting list and field stewards
who manage them.
- To join a
waiting list applicants contact the relevant field steward
for that field and provide full contact details, such as
name, phone, email. Our field stewards' contact details are
published on our website.
may be on more than one waiting list if they have no
preference, on the assumption that they will rent the first
tenancy conditions are such that applicants must be named
individuals, who may represent a household/family or
organisation. The named individual remains responsible for
the tenancy. Applicants and tenants must be adults, resident
or working in Kettering.
lists are chronological, with no queue jumping.
demand is high for allotments, new tenants will be
restricted to one 5-pole plot per household. Existing
tenants with more than 5 poles will not be affected.
plot holders who wish to apply for additional land will be
treated sympathetically. When demand is low and there is no
waiting list it may be possible to rent additional land.
Such requests will only be granted when there are vacant
plots and the tenant's current plot is fully cultivated.
there is high demand for allotments if the applicant
declines the plot they are offered but wishes to remain on
the waiting list, then this request will be treated
sympathetically. It may be necessary to move the applicant
to the bottom of the waiting list.
on the waiting list will be contacted annually in December
or early January to determine whether they wish to remain on
the list. If no response has been received after 28 days,
their details will be removed from the waiting list.
policy was adopted by the committee at its meeting of
policy may be reviewed and amended by the committee.
list policy ends