Willows Riverside Park, Berkshire

Residential Park (find out more here)


An exclusive private length of River Thames frontage makes Willows Riverside Park a very special place to live. Set in 15 acres of parkland, each home has its own garden and parking, designed for those who have always wanted the luxury of a riverside home. Willows Riverside offers the best of park living, manicured gardens, shading willows and the magic of the river at dusk and early dawn, all within a stones throw of the excitement that is Windsor.

Park Rules for Willows Riverside Park

The following rules of occupation are for the good management of Parks and the benefit of all who use them. Where Agreements for the occupation of pitches are entered into, these rules form part of the Agreement.

1. Park Homes must be kept in a clean and sound condition; decoration and external colour must be maintained to the satisfaction of the Owner. Wheels must not be removed, nor the home repositioned, without permission. No external alteration of or addition to the home or pitch is permitted without the prior approval of the Owner.
2. The Occupier is responsible for the cleanliness of the pitch. He must also keep the area underneath the home clear. He will be allowed to board/brick round the underneath of the home, subject to the Owners approval of the design and specification.
3. Occupiers are responsible for ensuring that both electrical and gas installations and appliances comply at all times with the requirements of the Institute of Electrical Engineers and/or other appropriate Authorities.
4. The Occupier must not permit waste water to be discharged on to the ground. Where water is not separately metered or rated the use of hoses is forbidden, except in case of fire.
5. The Owner will provide a facility for the deposit of garden refuse. It is the Occupier's responsibility to see that all household refuse is deposited in approved containers which must not be overfilled.
6. Musical instruments, record players, radios, other appliances and motor vehicles must not be used to cause nuisance to others, especially between the hours of 10.30pm and 8.00am.
a. All vehicles must be driven carefully on the Park not exceeding the speed limit of 10mph. Vehicles must be kept to authorised parking spaces. Vehicles must be taxed and insured as required by law and drivers must hold a current driving licence.
b. No parking of commercial vehicles or private vehicles over 10 cwt carrying capacity is permitted on the Park without written permission for the owner.
c. Dismountable type vehicles are not permitted.
d. Where applicable Car Park fees are included in the pitch fee for the first car only. Second and further cars will be charged at the rate agreed at the previous pitch fee review.
e. Disused/untaxed vehicles will be charged at the agreed rate per week whilst awaiting removal from the Park.
f. It is the responsibility of each Resident to inform the Management of the number of cars owned, together with registration details.
g. The Owners may take action which at their absolute discretion they consider necessary to remove any unauthorised vehicle from the residential areas or car parks. Also to remove any vehicles which may restrict the free passage of emergency vehicles.
8. The Owner will be responsible for the provision of a shed for each pitch. However, the maintenance and replacement of the shed will be the responsibility of the Occupier. Replacements must be of a size and type approved by the Owner.
9. Private gardens where permitted must be kept neat and tidy. The planting of trees and shrubs is subject to the Owners prior approval of types and position. No vegetables may be grown without prior permission of the Owner. Trees and shrubs may not be cut down, removed or damaged and gardens will be left intact when the Occupier vacates the pitch.
10. Washing lines if permitted are not to be fixed to trees. Rotary lines are preferred.
11. No further permission will be given for cats and dogs to be brought on to the park. Other pets are only allowed with the written permission of the Owner.
12. Occupiers are responsible for the conduct of children in their custody and of visitors.
13. It is forbidden to carry offensive weapons (except where licence has been granted to comply with the Fire Arms Regulations), or other objects likely to give offence on the Park, or to interfere with or disturb any flora or fauna on the Park.
14. Everyone using the Park is required to comply with the regulations of the Site Licence, Water Authority or any other Statutory Authority.
15. Access is not permitted to vacant pitches. Building materials and other plant must be left undisturbed.
16. Where applicable:
a. Access to moorings is not permitted without the boat resident's permission.
b. Access to vacant moorings is not permitted.
c. Fishing is only permitted in the area at the centre of the moorings which has been set aside for the purpose.
17. No commercial enterprise or business activities may take place on the Park without the prior permission of the Owner.
18. Where a Park Home is connected to main drainage, if at any time the drains shall become blocked between the unit and the main drainage the Occupier shall be responsible for restoring the drain to normal working order. Cloth materials of any kind must not be flushed down toilets. In the event of a blockage the Park Manager must be informed and shall supervise any work being carried out if he considers this necessary.
19. No more fences to be erected. When existing fences fall into disrepair they are not to be replaced. Where there are children who need to be kept within the garden a fence of the ranch type, not taller that 24 inches, may be put up providing permission has been sought in writing.
20. The Occupier should be familiar with and must comply with fire prevention instructions displayed or issued from time to time by the Owner.
21. The Occupier must have a suitable fire extinguisher of a type approved by the Owner. These are available from the Park Manager.
22. The Occupier must ensure that no sparks are discharged from the chimney and that the cowls thereof are kept in good repair. Only smokeless solid fuel may be used in fires (no wood, no coal). Paraffin heaters are forbidden. Bonfires and other external fires of any sort are forbidden.
23. In case of fire the person discovering the fire should:
a. Switch off mains electricity
b. Sound the fire alarm
c. Call the Fire Brigade immediately however small the fire may be
d. Attack the fire with suitable fire extinguisher if safe to do so
e. Inform the Park Manager as quickly as possible.
24. Park Manager should be informed if it has been necessary to call out any emergency services - and the reason for so doing.
25. Comply with the electricity supply agreement annexed hereto.

Electricity Supply Agreement for Willows Riverside Park

1. Provided that the electric installation and appliances in the Occupier's park home comply with the requirements of the Electricity Board, (hereinafter in The Board), the Owner agrees to make a supply of electricity available to the Occupier via a meter to be placed in (or near) the Occupier's home.
2. The meter and all wiring leading up to it are the property and responsibility of the Owner. Beyond this point the installation is the responsibility of the Occupier who shall not make any alterations or extension to the installation without the Owner's consent.
3. Payment for electricity supplied is to be made by monthly or 28 day account in accordance with the charge currently recommended by the Board, while the supply is connected (and available).
4. The Owner, his agents or employees may, if necessary, enter the Occupier's home at all reasonable times to carry out emergency electrical repairs and extensions, on giving as much notice to the occupier (whether in writing or otherwise) as is reasonably practicable in the circumstances.
5. The Owner shall not be liable for any failure of or loss or damage arising from any failure of the electrical supply or of any fluctuation or variation of the voltage at the Occupier's terminal. The Owner shall have the right (a) to interrupt the electrical supply to the Occupier's home for maintenance and repair of equipment or the connection of other homes or equipment to the Owner's electricity supply and (b) to limit the amperage of electrical current at the Occupier's terminal. In such cases notice shall be given to the Occupier whenever possible.
6. The Occupier may not use electrical equipment consuming heavy electric current. This may include some electric fires, showers and cookers. If electrical equipment is used and Park supply is interrupted, then re-instatement of supply may not be considered until an electrical inspection proves it is safe to do so.
7. Electricity accounts shall be paid at or by the next rent session following the delivery of the account.
The electrical wiring in your unit has been inspected (within 3 years) in accordance with the N.I.C.E.I.C. and a certification issued. The Owner will at times request evidence of the safety of all electrical wiring and equipment. Such times will include when an occupier is considering selling the home.

Park facilities include:

Parking On Park
Parking Beside Home
Mains Gas
Public Transport Proximity: within 500m
Suitable for: Elderly and less mobile
Suitable for: Wheelchair users


Willows Riverside Park