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Stephen Jennings

Posted 12 September 2017
by Stephen Jennings

The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)

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The new General Data Protection Regulation (“the GDPR”) which governs how data is held and processed comes into force on 25 May 2018. Most parks will process personal information and will be able to continue to do so under one…

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Kirsty McLennan

Posted 17 August 2017
by Kirsty McLennan

Welsh Government Consultation on Banning Fees levied on Tenants

The Welsh Government has recently opened a consultation on proposals that would see letting agents and landlords, including park owners renting park homes, banned from charging fees to tenants in the private rented sector.  The consultation is seeking the views…

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Amy Cater

Posted 26 July 2017
by Amy Cater

Delays to 20% planning fee increase

In April the Department for Communities and Local Government confirmed that councils in England would be able to increase their planning fees by 20% from July. 

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Kirsty McLennan

Posted 10 July 2017
by Kirsty McLennan

Access to buildings

A proposed amendment to the Equality Act 2010 (“the Act”) received its first reading in the House of Lords on 27 June 2017. 

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Anouska Musson

Posted 14 June 2017
by Anouska Musson

Be Careful Where You Aim!

The Committee of Advertising Practices (“CAP”) has introduced new guidance for businesses that produce online adverts featuring products which may only be targeted at those aged over 16 or 18. Under the CAP’s new rules, for example, alcohol and gambling…

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Kirsty McLennan

Posted 9 June 2017
by Kirsty McLennan

Ordered to Reimburse Fees

The First-Tier Tribunal Property Chamber (“the Tribunal”) has recently handed down a decision in which a costs order was made in favour of the Applicant Park Owner.

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