AGA Rules and Constitution
The objects of the Association shall be to promote the good cultivation of all gardens, to purchase seeds, plants and fertilisers at wholesale rates and to sell such purchases to the members at reasonable prices and generally to assist members in all matters tending to promote good management and cultivation of gardens
View full document AGA Constitution Approved at AGM 12th March 2019
AGA Financial Policy
Having a clear and coherent process for handling money protects the association, helps to prevent cases of fraud and means the association is transparent.
View full Document AGA Financial Policy May 2019
AGA Equality and Diversity Policy
Alsager Gardens Association is committed to the principle of equality of opportunity and diversity and recognises that members, allotment tenants, volunteers, visitors or users of our allotments, should not experience discrimination on any grounds. Alsager Gardens Association (AGA) will comply with The Equality Act 2010, the statute replacing previous anti-discrimination laws. It applies to all organisations that provide a service to the public, sell goods or provide facilities, irrespective of whether they charge for them.
View full document here AGA Equality & Diversity Policy
Further information on The Equality Act 2010 can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/equality-act-2010-guidance)
AGA Safeguarding Policy
The Alsager Gardens Association is committed to ensuring that all members and users are safeguarded while using its services and facilities.
The aim of this policy is to ensure both the safety of vulnerable adults and children by outlining clear procedures for handling safeguarding issues and that all members and volunteers within Alsager Gardens Association are clear about their safeguarding responsibilities.
View full document AGA Safeguarding Policy
Allotment Tenancy Agreement
All new tenants and new tenancy arrangements will be required to sign a copy of the allotment tenancy agreement. These rules apply to all tenants regardless of the duration of tenancy.
View full document Allotment Tenancy Agreement 2019
AGA Allotment Rules
View full document Allotment Rules v3
Allotment Inspection Policy and Process
Keeping your allotment free of weeds and under cultivation is important to the allotment community and is a requirement of your tenancy. We will regularly inspect the allotments to ensure that standards are maintained, allotment plots are in a safe condition and that they are under cultivation.
Our inspection process is detailed in this document Inspection and Notices Process v1.0
If you fail an inspection a “Failed Inspection /Weed Notice” will be issued to you. You will then have a period of time in which to comply with the notice. Failed Inspection & Weed Notice (v2)
Health & Safety Policy
Under civil law anyone involved in allotment management has a common duty of care to ensure that their allotment sites are run in as safe and appropriate manner as possible. This duty of care is extended towards all people accessing the allotment site and its boundaries, including allotment holders and tenants, town council representatives carrying out duties, members of the public, bona fide visitors and volunteers. There are also environmental laws to be observed.
View full document Health & Safety Policy
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