The Chairman welcomed new members who had attended today.
(276) mentioned that her
electricity meter door was hanging off, as were many others on the
site. If contact is made with the
relevant electricity supplier they should be responsible for providing a
relatively secure unit for the meters.
(112) noted that several trees had been drastically pruned or removed from
the site. The work was done
because these trees were unsafe or overgrown.
Mr Marsh (147) asked if the shop at the Long House was
opening. It seems that it is not
opening at present and is unlikely to open in the near future.
have been noted to be parked around the site and not in the boat park
provided by Mr Roger Hunt. This
seems to be because of the fees to be paid to use the boat park. Often owners park a boat in their own
car parking space but then use other parking spaces for their cars. If individuals wish to complain
regarding boat parking they should take up the matter with Mr Roger Hunt,
though the chairman will write and ask Roger to review current arrangements
and enforcement of lease conditions.
Treasurer mentioned that there seem to be at least four different wordings
to the leases for properties at Trewent Park. He suggested owners might let him have a copy of their lease
(with personal details obliterated) and he will compare them.
regard to car parking it seems people will park anywhere that is convenient
brought up the question of developing the Wetlands. No proposed plans have been heard
an enquiry from the floor as to whether Mr Roger Hunt was still trying to
sell the site. It is believed that
it is still on the market but no knowledge of any offers are known.
(23) brought up the subject of the children’s play area. The original play area was removed by Mr
Roger Hunt due to health and safety regulations. There is nothing in the lease to say that a play area has to
be provided. Antonio suggested we
provide our own play area but this would have to be done with Mr Hunt’s
permission and he would be liable for any accidents at the end of the day,
which would make this idea unviable for him.
Trewent Park service charge was mentioned. Our payments of £400/£500 per annum seem reasonable compared
with possibly £1800/£2000 or more per annum for local caravan parks.
Treasurer would like it recorded that the annual increase in the service
charge is related to the RPI of 4.3% and not the CPI of
2.8%. The lease clearly states
that annual increases are related to the RPI. The Treasurer has received more than one irate telephone
call from people regarding this matter.
They seem to think that the TPHHOA have some control over this
Mr Terry (276) gave a vote of thanks to the Committee for all their efforts and hard
work in running the TPHHOA. He also
asked that Desni be wished well in making a speedy recovery from her