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Thread: How big is a 5 Rod Allotment Plot

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    SJWilson is offline Germinator
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    Default How big is a 5 Rod Allotment Plot

    How big is a 5 Rod Allotment Plot?

    In Length and Width Approx?

    Thanks in Advanced.

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    Hi and welcome.
    A standard size allotment is 10 rods/poles/perches or about 250 Sq metres. So yours would be a half plot = 125 sq m.
    https://www.nsalg.org.uk/allotment-info/
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    5 rods is apx 125 square metres.

    could be 10m x 12.5m all depends on the actual allotment site
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    It looks like you question has been answered, so all I'll add is the say hello and welcome to the vine
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    Welcome from me too.
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    And from I. A good starter size methinks.
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    Hi and welcome.
    Half plots are great when you have other commitments.
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