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  • Mine costs me £110 per year but its a tad over 1/3acre. No water but no restrictions either ... There was two pic sty's on it when I moved in ( only one now) and the 'shed' used to house a cow at one time !

    ntg
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    • Originally posted by nick the grief View Post
      Mine costs me £110 per year but its a tad over 1/3acre. No water but no restrictions either ... There was two pic sty's on it when I moved in ( only one now) and the 'shed' used to house a cow at one time !
      That seems very cheap, actually, for such a large area of land. I know things tend to get cheaper per unit volume the more you purchase in one go, but even so.

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      • Originally posted by ameno View Post

        That seems very cheap, actually, for such a large area of land. I know things tend to get cheaper per unit volume the more you purchase in one go, but even so.
        yes its not bad, I think officially mine is plot 52-57 or something like that ... what really means so much to me though is the fact my dad had a plot on here 50 odd years ago but I can't remeber which one it was as I wasn't very old at the time. It was near the gate where you come in and that it .
        ntg
        Never be afraid to try something new.
        Remember that a lone amateur built the Ark.
        A large group of professionals built the Titanic
        ==================================================

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        • Mine is 25 quid. It's 3.5m x 10m ish.

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          • Our allotment is private, my plot size is about 400m3, it's £30 a year base rate, no water or other amenities.
            Keeping poultry will cost double from next year so that will be £60 for me. (not a year on year increase - a one off - as it's been hardly managed for the last few years, I didn't pay for the first two years and could pick my own plot size.)
            I would pay more for water availability, I have 3x 1000L IBCs that my shed guttering connects to, and 30x 10L jerrycans that I pop in my trailer and cart water from home to there - it's only a few minutes away at least, and my house supply isn't metered..

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            • Took ours on early 2021 - Nafferton, East Riding of Yorkshire. One off £25 deposit, then £25 per year. Plots are 6x12m. Not much in the way of facilities other than water and reasonably secure fencing. Very happy with it so far - early days, mind!
              Last edited by robstott; Today, 06:24 AM.

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