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Post by tessajoe on Tue 21 Jul 2015 - 13:57

[size=30]without change of use application[/size]

My family and I recently stayed on a camp site which was located on agricultural land behind a local public house.  We had an arrangement with the public house to use their facilities and water supply.  
Farmers and landowners may not be aware that they can legally allow camping on their land with tents and caravans for up to fourteen days continuous use or fourteen days spread over a year without change of use application to the local planning authority.   Obviously, there are other considerations as to the safety and security of the camp site and landowners may wish to have a short agreement in place with any holiday makers and campers which would reduce their potential liabilities in such circumstances.   It is well known that the National Scouts Association are looking for suitable camp sites and particularly are looking for woodland which is not grazed with livestock where they can place small camp sites on an ad hoc basis.   Similarly local schools are often looking for such sites for pupils undertaking the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme which often involves some form of expedition.  
Should you require further information on temporary use of agricultural land for recreational purposes I can be contacted on 01432 378379 or email [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].uk.
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Post by Chameleon on Wed 22 Jul 2015 - 8:57

Thank you for posting the above useful information.  I was unaware of we could use our fields for camping.  Wonder if the herd of cows presently grazing the land would mind sharing.Smile

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Post by tessajoe on Thu 5 Nov 2015 - 20:38

field open the weekend.


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Post by Polly on Fri 6 Nov 2015 - 8:58


Oh thanks Frank I will come and join you if I may

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