Feedback: Helpful and understanding I would recommend to all. Really pleased perfect fit for where I wanted.
Response: Thanks for your feedback. I'm pleased you are happy with your new Diamond Shoreham narrow garden storage shed. These are very popular for going up the side of the house. Regards, Robin
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We are all striving to make the most of our limited resources and the growing of fruit, vegetables and possibly flowers are very attractive to garden owners around the country. However many gardeners or groups of gardeners find they are limited by the small patch of land they have and on this land this is often a garden shed taking up some growing room, although the shed is essential for storing their garden tools away to keep them dry and secure.
When we see land which is not being used or neglected it can be frustrating and many people or groups of people are taking action by occupying these pieces of land and creating a garden to provide a source of food which benefits them financially and fitness wise. This can be taken to extremes with the installation of garden sheds which means that their tools can be left on-site rather than having to take them with them each time they go down to this garden.
These people whilst not eco-warriors - a word which is bandied about - but are known as guerilla gardeners. Like their counterparts in war zones then aim to survive on the land and secretly and these do this by occupying land where they are not likely to be noticed. Whether it is land off the beaten track or where no one has been seen for a long time. There are implications to the land owners because if anyone occupies your land for a certain amount of time, which I think is 12 years, then these guerillas can claim the land legally. Their case would be even stronger if they have established a shed or sheds on the land as this could be constituted a structure.
However, a group of guerilla gardeners in Midlothian have successfully tended a plot of land for over 6 months for the benefit of the community. The Edinburgh Community Gardening Activists project was a patch of garden in Prestonpans which was a neglected patch of derelict land and they have managed to transform this into a thriving garden. The piece of land which they converted into a garden was known locally as 'The Banana' due to the crescent shape of the land and is situated in Marchmont Crescent in Edinburgh's old town.
Lucy Ann Wiltshire, a guerilla gardener with the action group, said that they take a patch of land and totally transform it for the good of the neighbourhood and their own reward is the satisfaction of a job well done. They don't erect any sheds on the plot which means they take their garden tools with them when they go to work in the garden. She went on to say that some people say it is the responsibility of the owners to keep this land tidy and presentable but if they conscript this land for community use they become the owners and need to look after these gardens.
A little earlier a group of guerilla gardeners were evicted from some Network Rail land which they had converted into usable gardens. They have been growing vegetables on the plot but did not want to pay the rent Network Rail was demanding. A shed had to be removed along with the vegetables on site.