Trosolwg o Brydlesau

Llongyfarchiadau os ydych chi wedi cyrraedd y cam hwn; gobeithio eich bod chi naill ai wedi dod o hyd i ddarn o dir addas neu grŵp addas sydd eisiau defnyddio eich tir, ac rydych chi nawr eisiau gwybod sut mae dechrau defnyddio’r tir. Cynlluniwyd y cyflwyniad hwn i brydlesau i helpu’r perchennog tir a/neu’r grŵp cymunedol, i gytuno ar rai amodau ar gyfer defnyddio’r tir, sy’n dderbyniol i’r perchennog tir a’r sawl sy’n defnyddio’r tir.  Gall fod gennych yr opsiwn a’r gallu i werthu/prynu safle ond, os nad oes, rydym yn argymell eich bod chi’n cytuno ar brydles.


Gwneud Cais am Grantiau ar Dir wedi’i Rentu

Mae’r ddogfen hon yn rhoi arweiniad ar wneud cais am grantiau pan mae grŵp tyfu cymunedol yn gweithredu ar dir wedi’i rentu. Mae’n ymdrin â grantiau ar gyfer grwpiau cymunedol, nid grantiau ffermydd (Stiwardiaeth, y Taliad Sengl a.y.y.b.). Gall cymhwyster ar gyfer grant ddibynnu ar brofi pa mor hir fydd y grŵp ar y tir/safle, gan fod arianwyr yn aml eisiau gwneud yn siwr y bydd y prosiect yn rhedeg yn ddigon hir i gael y budd mwyaf o’r grant.


Overview: Rent

When land is going to be taken on for a community gardening project or any other food-growing project, it is usual to have a discussion about rent. Due to the unique nature of community growing sites, it is very difficult to give guidance on a typical rent (price per acre). CLAS did a survey and found groups paying between zero and £1,000 per acre.

This paper will help you calculate what rent should be paid. It can also be used to quantify the value to the project of rent-free (zero rent) or a rent paid in kind.


Vision: Land Access For Sustainable Cities

This CLAS visioning document is aimed at stakeholders who have an interest or influence in land-based policy at town, city or area-wide level.

It suggests a number of measures and practical actions that can be taken to improve access to land for small-scale and community food growing.

The actions listed here are part of the CLAS remit to influence policy at local, regional and national level, with the aim of making more land available for community growing.


Video: Community Foodie

This Community Foodie Project video shares information about community food growing in rural areas of Bridgend, Vale of Glamorgan and Torfaen (South Wales). Through the support of the Community Foodie Project, local communities have created areas that offer an abundance of locally grown food, as well as education, improvement of health and well-being, social inclusion etc.

The film gives an insight into various land-based issues, as well as inspiration around community food growing. Visit www.communityfoodie.co.uk for more details.


Applying for grants on rented land


This document provides guidance on applying for grants when a project operates on rented land. It deals with grants for community groups, not farm grants (Stewardship, Single Farm Payment etc). Eligibility for a grant may depend on proving how long the group has the land for, as funders often want to make sure that the project will be around long enough to get the maximum benefit from the grant.


Case Study: London Road Community Garden, Brighton

This short case study highlights an example of community growing on railway land, including stations and marginal land next to tracks. Groups that work on railway land need to go through a process to ensure the work is safe and they often require raised beds to avoid risk of contaminated ground. Network Rail owns all railway land but most land at stations is leased to train operators, who often have ‘Adopt a Station’ schemes.


How To Register A Lease

The Land Registry records all the rights relating to a property, for example, who the owner is, if there is a tenant, what the boundaries of the property are and if anyone else can use the land to access their land. When you buy or take a long lease of property, it needs to be registered with the Land Registry. It is extremely important to correctly and accurately complete the registration form (and send the correct accompanying documents), as it is the entry of a person’s name on the register that confirms him/her as the owner of that land under the registry system.


Case Study: Royal Edinburgh Community Gardens

The Royal Edinburgh Community Gardens is an NHS Lothian initiative with a mission to make opportunities for good food and healthy lifestyles available to the local communities in which NHS Lothian hospitals are based. The gardens have a particular focus on welcoming people who are experiencing mental or physical health problems, disadvantage, isolation or poverty.


Flowchart For Woodlands/Orchards Agreement

The Community Land Advisory Service has created a flowchart to guide community growing groups or landowners to find the right type of lease or agreement for woodland projects in England and Wales.

Simply download the document, choose which category best suits your group or situation and then answer the questions. You will be led through to a type of agreement - click on the link in the box to be taken to the right page on the website. 



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