Liverpool allotment list
- Adlam, Adlam Road, L9. Call 07435569981.
- Allerton, Keswick Road, L18. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Ashfield, Brookside Avenue, L14.
- Chapel House Farm, Brunswick Street, L19. (waiting list closed).
- Dingle Vale, Buckland Street, L17. Email: email@example.com.
- Dunbabin, Dunbabin Road, L16. Call 722 2065.
- Edge Lane, Mill Road, L13. Call 07843 263 827.
- Grandison, Grandison Road, L4. Call 07939 485 248.
- Greenbank, Greenbank Lane, L17. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Harthill, Harthill Road, L18. Call 0151 475 0194.
- Higher Lane, L9. Call 521 3886.
- Lister Drive, Brainerd Street, L13. Email: email@example.com.
- Menlove Avenue, Vale Road, L25. Call 486 1121.
- Marlborough Road, L13. Call 07746 095135.
- Mersey Road, L17. 07599 9642022. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pitville Avenue, L18. Call 722 7834.
- Seeds Lane, Barlows Lane, L9. Call Colin Thulburn on 07853352714. Email: email@example.com. Web: www.seedslane.com
- Sefton Park, Greenbank Lane, L17. Enquire through Liverpool Parks.
- Sturdee Rd. 0751 641 4254. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sudley, North Sudley Road, L17. 0151 727 3586.
- Thingwall Road, L15. 07757 789891. Email: email@example.com.
- Walton Hall Park (in the park), L9. 0151 286 8842.
- Wavertree, Childwall Road, L16. Enquire through Liverpool Parks.
- Wharncliffe, Eastcliffe Road, L13.
The cost for an allotment is £40 per year for a standard plot or £20 per year for over 60s.
How to apply
Each allotment society is responsible for allocating allotments and managing their waiting list, if they have one.
If you are interested in a plot, or finding out more, please contact the individual allotment representative using the contact details from the list above. You can also visit the Association of Liverpool Allotments website for more information.
Making changes to your existing allotment?
If you are planning to erect a building onto your allotment plot, you will need to complete the allotment building application form.
Struggling to find an allotment?
Are you looking for an area of land to grow your own fruit and vegetables? Are you an owner of private land who is willing to give it up for food growing?
Landshare is a national website where you can search for land in a particular area or offer land you would like to share with people who enjoy gardening and growing their own food.
To find out more and become a member visit the Landshare website.
Please note that the land advertised on Landshare is not owned by the council.