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What happens if the occupier disagrees with the pitch fee?

If the matter cannot be satisfactorily resolved with the site owner, it will be possible to appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) or the Residential Property Tribunal in Wales (“Tribunal”). If the pitch fee review form was served at least 28 days before the review date, an application may be made no later than three months after the review date.

If there is a late review, an application to the tribunal will need to be made no later than four months after the date that the site owner serves the notice.

For example:

  • If the review is undertaken on the review date of 1 April, then the application to the tribunal must be before 1 July (three months after the review).
  • If the review is undertaken late, for example on 1 July, then the application must be submitted by 1 November (four months after the late review).

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


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.