Case Study: Borth Community Gardens

Borth Community Gardens is an initiative to create a space for local people to grow their own food in a communal environment. The allotments and community gardens are located near St. Matthew's Church, Borth, Ceredigion. Activities on the site include gardening, work parties by locals and visiting groups, as well as Open Day events and more informal get-togethers. In addition to cultivated land, the gardens are now home to several chickens, a couple of ducks and bee hives on the community garden section.


Guidance for Registered Social Landlords

This guidance is aimed at Registered Social Landlords such as housing associations which may want to get involved in community gardening or design community gardens or allotments into their plans. It is intended as a primer to help RSLs understand the needs and benefits of community growing and draws on examples of current housing-led community growing projects and explains how each has been developed.


How To Register A Lease

The Land Registry records all the rights relating to a property, for example, who the owner is, if there is a tenant, what the boundaries of the property are and if anyone else can use the land to access their land. When you buy or take a long lease of property, it needs to be registered with the Land Registry. It is extremely important to correctly and accurately complete the registration form (and send the correct accompanying documents), as it is the entry of a person’s name on the register that confirms him/her as the owner of that land under the registry system.


Leases: Business Tenancy

The Business Lease Tenancy information document will be extremely useful for anyone needing a business lease (with and without clauses for trade) or landowners wanting to find out more about business tenancies in England and Wales.

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