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Case study: The Right to Grow for Runnymede

By Incredible Edible

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On April 25th 2024, a Right to Grow motion was voted through Full Council at Runnymede Borough Council with an overwhelming majority, despite being proposed by opposition during challenging political and economic circumstances.

So how was this comprehensive Right to Grow policy secured? In this new case-study report independent Councillor Andrea Berardi explains how he navigated council departments, policies and allegiances to secure a Right to Grow policy for the place he calls home.

If you are exploring a Right to Grow policy for your local council, this report will no-doubt provide inspiration and direction to support you.

 

Read the case study

 

 In just a few months, the number of groups exploring community food growing has doubled.