Cricket surface types
Providing and maintaining suitable, high-quality surfaces for cricket is hugely important, be they fine turf, non-turf or indoor practice facilities.Take a look
Project development – concept to completion
All successful facilities projects involve careful advance planning. Here is some advice to help your club when starting out.
Energy and water consumption
There are a number of steps you can take to understand and reduce your club’s energy and water consumption.Find out more
ECB advice and support for clubs affected by flooding.
If your club is operating under a drought restriction order, you should carry out a full risk assessment of your cricket square, as detailed on the next page.Click here for info
Serving food and beverages at your club
A well-run food and beverage operation can really help your cricket club’s sustainability.
Playing recorded music at your club
Find out all you need to know about obtaining a licence to play recorded music at your cricket club.All you need to know
Tax guidance for cricket clubs
Tax can be a daunting subject for cricket clubs. To help, we have created guidance on all things tax-related for your club to use.
Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs)
What is a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) and how can your club benefit from becoming one?Find out here
This page contains detailed information on insurance – with specific advice for clubs, County Boards, associations and leagues.
Access our online toolkit to support your club if embarking on an asset transfer of your facilities.Visit the asset transfer site
Pavillions and clubhouses
Find practical advice when planning for pavilions and clubhouses. It applies to new buildings and alterations to existing facilities.