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How do I find out who my site owner is?

The site owner’s details are usually included within the site license agreement and the written statement. If you have a look at either of these documents, you should be able to find out who your site owner is. Many parks will also have a website providing details of the site location, facilities, and contact information.

If you cannot find your copy of these documents, the site license agreement should be displayed in a conspicuous place on the site. This is usually displayed on the site’s noticeboard or in the site office.

If you are still unable to find your site license, you can request a digital copy from your local authority. All local authorities must keep a register of site licenses and the register must be open to the public at all reasonable times.

LEASE is governed by a board, appointed as individuals by the Secretary of State for the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government.

WARNING ADVICE TO RESIDENTS

You DO NOT NEED to sign a new pitch agreement if your site owner changes. Your existing terms and conditions will stay the same if the site is sold.

If you are asked to sign a new agreement get advice from LEASE or a solicitor before doing so.