Greenfield Park is a residential park in the quaint peaceful village of Freckleton in close distance to the vibrant city of Preston and award-winning beauty of Lytham designed for mature residents. The park itself is has a unique village setting with a variety of home-models, stunning landscaped gardens and a friendly community which give the park a village-like ambience. The park has beautiful greenery with excellent wildlife on the park and is well-maintained. The residential homes themselves are designed with cost-effectiveness in mind as well as modern good use of space and stylish, pleasing aesthetics.
The homes are positioned carefully in the park so that views from the houses are that of the countryside setting. Residential homes are fully-furbished with connected services, brick-skirting and adjacent private parking. All homes are secured with the Mobile Home Legal agreement and begin with prices as low as £45,000.
The park is a four-minute walk away from a 68 -bus stop which runs from Blackpool to Preston which gives ease of travel to residents. Freckleton Village is just over one-mile from Greenfield Park and takes six-minutes to drive to via car. Freckleton is one of Lancashire’s oldest village and has maintained its heritage and beauty with a traditional British countryside feel. Residents can enjoy all the amenities of Freckleton which conveniently include a convenience store, hairdressers, pharmacy and post office. Freckleton also has great places to eat which include traditional fish and chips from Barnacle Bill’s Fish and Chip shop and both traiditonal pub-grub as well as fresh homemade pizzas at The Plough.
The city of Preston is six miles from Greenfield Park and takes fourteen-minutes to get to when driving. Preston has many great things to do which include visiting the Guild Hall and Charter Theatre. The Guild Hall’s arcade has a great mix of retailers and dining which include the authentic Italian Villa Restaurant and Dogs’N’Doughnuts perfect for a naughty but delicious American treat. Events at the Grand Hall and Charter Theatre range from live music and stand-up comedy to tea dances. The Avenham and Miller parks are also stunning walking locations with amazing views in all directions and brilliant wildlife. Avenham Park also features a great café with a selection of homemade goods. Other attractions and great places to visit in Preston include The Harris Museum art gallery with great exhibits and a delightful collection of fine and modern art.
Lytham St. Annes is approximately seven-miles from the park. Lytham is a coastal gem with stunning views, lush greenery and a fabulous collection of stylish independent retailers, cafes, bars and restaurants. Lytham is also home to the historic Lytham Hall which has great architecture and a cosy tea rooms as well as the iconic Lytham Windmill. St. Annes is Lytham’s parter town and has an excellent beach and pier which is an ideal location to take the grandchildren. Fairhaven Lake is situated between the two towns and also offers a great day out with its tennis courts, boating activities, children’s play area and more.
GREENFIELD PARK LTD. RESIDENTIAL PARK RULES
The following rules form part of the agreement by which you occupy your pitch in accordance with the Mobile Homes Act 1983. They have not been compiled to place unnecessary+ restrictions on residents, but rather to ensure that they may live peacefully in unspoilt surroundings. We are sure that, provided the rules are accepted in the right spirit, our park will continue to be a happy community.
1. No persons under the age of 50 years may reside in a park home with the exception of the park owner and their family or company employees.
2. Only park homes of proprietary manufacture, which conform to the definitions contained in the relevant Acts of Parliament, are permitted on the park.
The Park Home
3. Homes must be kept in a sound state of repair and able to be moved from one pitch on the park to another. The outside of the home maintained in a clean and tidy condition. The external decoration and colour must not be changed without the consent of the park owner.
Building works, external alteration of, or addition to the home except any repairs or maintenance, are not permitted without the prior written permission from the park owner. (We have specific forms available from the office).
Qualified contractors must be employed to carry out any electrical and water repairs.
The home owner must ensure that contractors are fully insured for public liability.
4. Park home owners must maintain their plot, including any outbuildings, belonging to or enjoyed with the plot, in a clean and tidy condition. No fences or other means of enclosure shall be allowed without the approval of the company. Where a change of occupancy occurs it may be a requirement that fencing, etc. on the plot shall be removed to bring it in line with current Park policy.
The dykes on the perimeter of the park must not be used as a dumping ground as they are essential for the natural drainage of the park.
Park home owners must not, without the prior written consent of the park owner, carry out any of the following:
• paving or hard landscaping, including the formation of a pond
• planting, felling, lopping, topping or pruning of any trees
• the erection of any pole, mast, wire, dish or communications receiving equipment.
• external fires, including incinerators, are not allowed.
Park home owners must keep any footpaths on the pitch in a good and safe state of repair and condition.
Only one storage shed is permitted on each plot. The design, size and standard of the shed must be approved by the park owner, in writing, and so positioned as to comply with the park\'s site licence conditions. For reasons of ventilation and safety you must keep the underneath of your home clear and not to be used as a storage space.
5. Occupiers are responsible for ensuring that electrical, solid fuel, oil and gas installations comply with the requirements of the various bodies of the authority.
Each home is advised to have a fire blanket and powder fire extinguisher. Please note that other types of fire extinguisher may be dangerous in confined spaces.
6. The occupier is responsible for the disposal of all household, recyclable and garden waste in approved containers through the local authority service. Containers must be placed in the approved position for weekly collections. The deposit of any refuse on any part of the companies land is strictly prohibited. Each rent day a skip is provided for articles that are too large for local authority collections. Compost bins are not allowed.
7. No commercial enterprise or business activities may take place on the park without prior written permission from the company.
8. Park home owners must insure their homes with an organisation that is registered with
the Financial Services Authority against loss or damage by fire and liabilities to other
people and property.
As stated under the Mobile Homes Act 1983 Part IV Para. 3(q), occupiers must produce a copy of the insurance policy to the park owner upon request together with any evidence that the site owner may reasonably request as proof of insurance.
9. Park home owners must not do, or allow to be done, anything on the park which may be or become a
nuisance to or cause annoyance, inconvenience or disturbance to, the park owner or anyone else who
lives on the park.
Musical instruments, radios, other appliances and motor vehicles must not be used to cause a nuisance to others.
Residents will be held responsible at all times for the conduct of their grand-children and visiting children.
The car parks and roads must not be permitted to be used as a play area.
10. All vehicles must be driven carefully on the park, not exceeding the speed limit of
You must not park anywhere except in the parking space(s) allocated to your home.
You must not park or allow parking of:
• Light commercial or light goods vehicles as described in the vehicle taxation legislation.
• Vehicles intended for domestic use but derived from or adapted from such commercial vehicle.
• Motorhomes, touring caravans and boats.
All vehicles must be taxed and insured as required by law and be in running order.
All drivers on the park must hold a current driving licence.
Disused/unroadworthy vehicles must be removed from the park and the park owner reserves the right to
remove any vehicle, which is apparently abandoned, without the consent of the vehicle owner.
No major repairs to vehicles may be permitted on the park owner\'s land. Motor oils and other fuels of that nature must not be discharged into the drains or onto the roads or car park.
11. Washing lines are to be reasonably screened from public view.
12. Pets: Only the following pets are permitted.
• Not more than 1 dog (other than a dog of any of the breeds subject to the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991) Any dog must be kept under proper control and must not be permitted to frighten other users of the park, must be kept on a leash not exceeding 1m. in length and must not be allow to despoil the park.
• Not more than 1 domestic cat. Any cat must be kept under proper control and must not be permitted to frighten other users of the park and must not be allowed to despoil the park.
13. It is forbidden to carry offensive weapons or other objects likely to give offence on the
14. Access is not permitted to vacant pitches. All material and flora and fauna on such plots
are the property of the company.
15. The use of power washers and hose pipes may be used with discretion, in order to control excessive metered water charges.
16. The park home owner must not permit a greater number of persons to live in or occupy
the park home other than the maximum number specified in the Written Statement.
17. The park home must not be hired and accommodation must not be rented to paying guests.
18. There must be no sub-letting or parting with possession of the whole or part of the park home or pitch.
Greenfield Park Ltd
Preston New Road
Preston PR4 1UB
5th November 2014