London's allotments are disappearing

London's allotments are disappearing despite record demand, according to the London Assembly environment committee. More than 1,500 plots have been lost over the past ten years, at a time when increased interest in organic food has meant that 4,300 people are on waiting lists for a plot. The committee advised boroughs to look at ways of increasing supply by allocating space in new housing developments.

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