Badger Hill Park, North Yorkshire

Park Enquiry Form


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Description

These carefully sited park homes in Yorkshire form a new warm and welcoming community, comprised of people who appreciate the comfort and ease of living in a retirement park home. Here at Badger Hill you will feel safe and secure, knowing that the site manager is on hand to make sure that you and the park as a whole are well looked after.

Address

Badger Hill Park
Harrogate Road
Knaresborough
North Yorkshire
HG58DP

BADGER HILL PARK

RESIDENTIAL PARK RULES

WOKING TARMAC CONSTRUCTION LIMITED:

Centurion House, London Road, Staines-Upon-Thames, Surrey, England, TW18 4AX

FOREWORD:
These rules are: put in place for the benefits of al.I park us.ers and are not
meant to cause·offense or be restrictive. Our aim. is to provide a safe and
enjoyable environment for all residents and visitors to the park.
OCCUPATION OF THE PARK
1 All Residents on the park must be 50 or over.
2 No children or young adult may reside on the park.
3 The mobile home shall be used only by the owner and their immediate
family members.
4 Subletting of the home is strictly forbidden.
5 The home is to be used for residential purpose only, not for business or
commercial enterprise.
6 The pitch fee is to be paid monthly, on lst of every month, in accordance
with your Mobile Home Agreement. Failure to do so could result in court
action and removal of the resident or home from site.
HOME/PITCH
7 Mobile homes must be kept in a sound and clean condition.
8 Wheels must not be removed, nor the mobile· home re-positioned.
9 Each home owner is responsible for their own pitch.
10 Pitches must be clean and tidy including underneath the home, sheds,
garden area and parking bay.
11 New and additional sheds/bunkers must not be erected without prior
written permission from the head office. Applications should be made in
writing to: WOKING TARMAC CONSTRUCTION LIMITED Centurion House,
London Road, Staines-Upon-Thames, Surrey, England, TW18 4AX
12 No alterations to the home/pitch including flagging, steps or fencing etc.
must be carried out without prior approval of the park owner. Again
applications should be made in writing to: WOKING TARMAC
CONSTRUCTION LIMITED, Centurion House, London Road, Staines-UponThames,
Surrey, England, TW18 4AX
13 All work carried out on the park must comply with our site license therefore
in future all building works will be carried out only by contractors with
appropriate certification and accreditation.
14 No outside contractors must be hired by the home owner to carry out any
works on the home or pitch without contacting the Site Owner.
15 Re-painting of homes must be authorized by the Site Owner, and carried out
in accordance with the manufacturer's recommended maintenance. Use of
garish paint colours is not allowed and homes must be in keeping with the
rest of the park.
16 Homes, their accessories and contents are the responsibility of the home
owner and are on the park at their own risk.
17 All homes owners must ensure that they are adequately insured and the
park owner accepts no responsibility for loss, damage or personal injury for
risk that should be covered under home owner insurance
18 The galvanized railings supplied with each home can only be painted silver,
using special aluminium paint designed for this purpose.
SALES
Home owners wishing to sell their Homes will do so strictly in accordance
with the provisions of the Mobile Homes Act 2013.. Whilst there is no legal
obligation for Home Owners to advise the Park Owner of their intention to
sell, Home Owners will, as a matter of courtesy, advise the Park Owner once
marketing of the property has been arranged.
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BADGER HILL PARK

RESIDENTIAL PARK RULES

WOKING TARMAC CONSTRUCTION LIMITED:

Centurion House, London Road, Staines-Upon-Thames,. Surrey, Eng.land, TW18 4AX

20 The Park Owner does not have the right to approve the buyer but the buyer
will have to meet all site rules if they want to live on the park. Once a H.ome
Owner has agreed a sale with a prospective buyer the seller and the buyer
must complete a Notice of Proposed Sale Form and send it to the Park
Owner.
21 If the Park Owner does not object within 21 days or make reference to
tribunal for a ruling, Home Owners will need to complete an Assignment
Form, transferring the pitch to the buyer. The buyer pays the Home Owner
90% or more of the sale price (or such other percentage as may be
determined under the Mobile Homes Act).
22 The buyer then takes ownership of the home and has 7 days in which to tell
the Park Owner, using the Notice of Assignment Form and showing
evidence of the payment made to the seller. The Park Owner then gives
their bank details to the buyer, who has 7 days to pay up to 10% of the sale
price as commission {or such other percentage as determined under the
Mobile Homes Act). 10% is the industry norm. So, if a property is sold at
£200k, the buyer will pay the seller £180k and will subsequently pay the Park
Owner £20k in accordance with the above procedure. Both WTC and BHPRA
recommend the use of a solicitor in processing the sale.
VEHICLES
23 The speed limit on the park is strictly 5-mph and must be adhered to at all
times.
24 No vehicles are to be parked on roadways at anyti.me.
25 No commercial vehides or vehicles sporting logos are to be parked on any
residential pitch.
26 Motor homes and tour caravans must not be parked on the site at any time
by either residents or the park owner. The park owner has discretion to
allow vehicles to park in areas of his land not covered by the park licence
27 All vehicles on the park must have current road tax and insurance. Vehicles
must not be stored on the site.
28 Motor car repairs must not be carried out on the park, except by recognized
breakdown companies.
GENERAL
29 No ball games are allowed on the park.
30 National flags, bunting etc. may only be erected temporarily to celebrate
special national occasions.
31 Please be courteous to your neighbours and ensure, loud music, music
instruments and televisions are not causing a disturbance. Especially
between the hours of 9pm-8am.
32 Outdoor firearms, air pistols, catapults or any offensive weapons are NOT
permitted on the site at any time.
33 Please ensure your rubbish is disposed of as per the instructions from the
local authority and placed in the bins provided.
Scrap metal must be removed from site and not left by the bins. The bins are
for general/recyclable waste only.
34
Bulky items eg furniture, white goods (fridges etc.) must be taken to the
local landfill site.
36 Do not dump waste on the park or in company skips.
37 Traders and salesmen are not allowed on the park without prior consent
from the park owner.
35
No advertisements or notices are to be displayed in windows, or exteriors of
the homes.
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39 Please do not introduce any foreign items into the drainage system,
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BADGER HILL PARK

RESIDENTIAL PARK RULES

WOKING TARMAC CONSTRUCTION LIMITED:

Centurion House, London Road, Staines-Upon-Thames,. Surrey, England, TW18 4AX
particularly cleaning clothes, wet wipes; Incontinence pads, cooking fat etc~
40 Children visiting the site are the responsibility of therr parent or guardian at
all times. They are to be supervised at all times so as, not t©,ca.ws.e a- n.i:.1.isance
to other owners.
41 Only rotary-type clothing lines are allowed and this must be folded when not
in use.
42 The proprietors and staff are anxious to be of assistance at any tfme hut ft
would be appreciated if any business or requests, except in· extreme
urgency, could be made only during normal office hours.
PETS/WILDLIFE
43 Dogs and cats are not allowed to live on the park. Visitors may on.ly bring a
domestic type dog to the park whilst visiting and for a maximum ofon.e. day
only. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times, without exception... Any
fouling on the park or surrounding field must be cleaned up·.
44 Feeding of wild birds using a maximum of two small hanging feeders and
only traditional bird food is permitted. Food must not be placed on the
ground and the feeding of other wildlife is not permitted.
45 Wildlife on the park should not be harmed.
HEALTH & SAFETY
46 Homes owners must ensure that the area around their homes and pfots are
kept clear at all times.
47 Your visitors are your responsibility and must comply with the park rutes
FIRE
48 All homes should have their Fire Extinguisher and Fire Blanket in place.
PERSONAL CONDUCT
49 Please respect the park and its amenities, do not cause damage to trees or
plants.
50 Offensfve or abusive behaviour will not be tolerated to staff members or
other Badger Hill Park residents.
51 Hand gesturesr threatening behaviour or swearing of any kind will not be
tolerated, either to staff or other Badger Hill Park residents.
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