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The Renewal Trust


Hungerhill Developments Ltd hold a 30-year lease and management agreement with Nottingham City Council. Alongside providing best practice allotment management, we offer a unique sustainable building which provides office, meeting and activity space for tenants and visitors.

With a new 10-year Site Management, Business Plan and Heritage Masterplan for St Ann’s Allotments for 2020 to 2030, we will continue to invest in the site, source funding for improvements and engage with the allotment community and wider audiences to improve health and wellbeing, skills and training opportunities.

Our Board of Directors are from the public, private and voluntary sector along with gardeners themselves. They bring insight, experience, overview and vision to the site and our plans.

St Ann’s Allotments – the future

You can read the Action Plan on how Hungerhill Developments plan to improve the management, maintenance and development of St Ann’s Allotments over the next ten years in the St Ann's Allotments Action Plan [PDF]

The Management and Maintenance Plan is available here as a series of four chapters in PDF format – breaking it down to give you a chance to digest and ask questions.

Management and Maintenance Plan – Chapter 1 – Introduction
Management and Maintenance Plan – Chapter 2 – Vision strategic aims
Management and Maintenance Plan – Chapter 3 – Action Plan
Management and Maintenance Plan – Chapter 4 – Future and How We Get There

If you have any questions about the Action Plan or the chapters of the Management and Maintenance Plan email

Historical Context and Chronology

Future Possibilities
The Future Possibilities plan documents are available in PDF format as an Executive Summary and the full document.

Future Possibilities - Summary
Future Possibilities - full document