The general position
When a site owner is determining a new pitch fee he is permitted to have regard to any sums spent since the last review date on improvements to the park which:

a) Are for the benefit of the residents on the site;

b) Were the subject of a consultation; and

c) Have not been disagreed to in writing by a majority of the residents or which, in the case of such disagreement, an appropriate judicial body (ie the First-Tier tribunal) has ordered should be taken into account when determining the pitch fee.


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