Allotment land in decline

British cities have lost 65% of allotment land

  • University of Sheffield study finds space for urban allotments fell by 65 per cent from 1960 to 2016
  • The most deprived areas have seen eight times more allotment land closures than the wealthiest areas
  • Restoring former allotments could meet up to 100 per cent of current demand for new growing space in some areas


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