Wherever you see a Green Flag, you know you’re visiting an exceptional place with the highest standards.
For further information, please contact Lucy Prisk or call 07469 118876.
Is your site run by volunteers? Find out more about the Green Flag Community Award.
The cost varies depending on the size of your site. The application fees for this year are:
An enormous variety of green spaces can apply for the Green Flag Award, from small urban parks to huge country parks, university campuses, housing estates and even cemeteries.
You can see all our award-winning sites on our interactive map.
For full details on the programme, download the Green Flag Award manual.
Awards are given on an annual basis and winners must apply each year to renew their Green Flag status.
31 January is the deadline for submitting your online application
Judging takes place during the spring and all Green Flag Award winners are normally announced in July.
Independent, experienced judges who are trained to judge Green Flag Award applications will arrange a visit to go through your application and judge your site.
Your site will be judged on eight key criteria:
Applying is easy. Just register your park and upload your management plan via the registration link below.
Yes! Green Heritage Site Accreditation is given to green spaces that achieve Green Flag Award standards and also actively promote the elements of their heritage that make them unique.
A Green Heritage Site must also hold the Green Flag Award (although it is possible to apply for both, even in the first year).
It costs £100 + VAT to apply for Green Flag Heritage Accreditation.
Applying is easy. Just register your park and upload your management plan.