Fields in Trust works in partnership with landowners including local authorities, voluntary organisations and private landowners to protect land through a Deed of Dedication (or Minute of Agreement in Scotland) – a binding legal commitment with the landowner – which allows green spaces to be protected in perpetuity for current and future generations to enjoy.
To progress your application, we require office copy entries of the register of title (or for unregistered land, the root of title). Office copies must be dated within the last 12 months to represent the current standing of the land. For registered land, copies can be obtained from the Land Registry for a nominal charge.
We will also require a completed application form for the relevant protection programme.
Green Spaces for Good: Green spaces are good, do good and need to be protected for good
Centenary Fields: Protected in memory of those who lost their lives in World War I
Active Spaces: Securing recreational spaces and supporting community activation
We will acknowledge your application within three working days. The Development Manager for your area will then be in contact to arrange a site visit and will support you through the rest of the process.
For any questions on the process please email firstname.lastname@example.org.