To find out if an area of land is owned by the council or if you're looking for a garage, garden or grazing plot.
If the land is owned by the council you can make an application to purchase, lease or rent the land.
Garage plots and fees
Fees for garage plots are charged according to the size of the plot. The land must be used to park private motor vehicles only.
|Plot size||Width (metres)||Height (metres)||Length (metres)||Fees for 2019-2020|
|Hardstand|| || || ||£90.50|
|Single plot||2.4||2.4|| 4.8||£181|
|1.5 plot||3.6 m||2.4 m|| 4.8 - 6.1||£271|
|Double plot||4.8||2.4|| 4.8 - 10||£362|
|2.5 plot||6.1||2.4|| 4.8 - 10||£452.50|
|Treble plot||7.3||2.4|| 4.8 - 10||£543|
We offer a garage plot fee reduction for tenants who receive the Disability Living Allowance.
Garden plots and fees
Garden plot fees are based on the size of the plot you wish to rent.
|Plot size (per square metre)||Fees for 2019-2020|
|Up to 25 square metres||£45|
|Between 26-49 square metres||£70.50|
|Between 50-124 square metres||£87.50|
|Any area over 125 square metres||Garden tenancies greater than 125 square metres will be calculated at 85p per square metres|
Garage and garden planning permission
Once an agreement has been signed to rent a garden or garage plot, you must apply for planning consent for the 'change of use of land.
Apply for planning permission.
Grazing and stable land
We offer grazing and stable land to rent; however, grazing land does not become available very often.