Storage Costs

Discussion in 'Motorhome Storage' started by Chris172, Aug 17, 2016.

  1. GWAYGWAY

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    You would not feel a thing, it would be instant death if she caught anyone trying to nick the new one.
    Who said what you attributed to me?
     
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    Gizmouk. But he doesnt appear to have been back on this thread since
     
  3. Ksagic

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    9m MH £500 per year under cover in a Cassoa gold site, Rainford St Helens. Access by electronic key 365 days a year; CCTV etc etc.
     
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    We are in a CASSOA gold site which costs £25 per month. My insurance company said that because it was a GOLD site they would cover the contents of the van as well.


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  5. The Old Man

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    I use Cardiff Self Storage;

    http://www.cardiffselfstorage.co.uk/caravans---motorhomes

    They are rated GOLD CaSSOA, so I get discount on my van insurance.

    Security is very good, facilities seem excellent to me;

    24 unlimited access.
    Van Identity Card that you have to show when taking van off site.
    Van washing points, including stands to make it easyto clean the roof.
    Grey water drain.
    Black water dump.
    Allocated space.
    Gas sales on site.
    Water hose to fill water tank.
    Lots of other friendly owners, advice readily available.

    My van is 7.3 metres.

    I pay £133 per quarter.
     
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    275 8 mtr MH
     
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    We pay £295 a year for CaSSOA Gold with high fence, cctv, powered gate, only one road in and out and owners live on site.
     
  8. derek chilton

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    i i park my van on a cossa site in danbury essex its still quite high at £500 per year its ok but limited access
     
  9. A S Richards

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    Hi, can you tell me where that storage area is please. I'm going to need somewhere at the end of July for a while. I'm near Snetterton so south Norfolk would be ideal. Thanks.
    Antony.
     
  10. Easyliving

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    Hi Antony

    You have a couple of choices living in Snetterton (I used to live in East Harling). We originally kept our van at A11 Secure Storage at Great Ellingham. Its cheap but a nightmare having to deal with the mud and massive potholes in the driveway, best avoided.

    The one we use now is Moneytree Farm at Wretham, reasonably near you. It seems very secure and all the parking is on hardcore so no problem with getting stuck. They don't have a website but they have an entry on the cassoa.co.uk website.

    I have sent you a PM with some more details.

    Paul
     
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    It dosent seem to work that way with boats, John. Those at the bottom of gardens never get used. o_O
     
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    On the same site as you and pay £442 a year or £8.5 per week. Nice to say that the site and access has undergone continual improvement over the years. It's good to see that the owners have put money into it to make it ever more secure.
     
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    I've been followed, my secret is no longer safe!
    Investing in the site has clearly worked. It's busier now than a year ago.
     
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    We store near Market Drayton for £25 per month...it's secure and not visible from the road...and access is past the farmhouse window.
     
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    I realise this post is a year old but when I saw Danbury and Cassoa, alarms bells rang.

    I’m hoping it’s not the same facility we were parked at for the last 5 years, now £600 per year.

    The one with containers stacked 3 high that topple over in the wind and crush caravans, the one that has waste skip trucks racing up and down, juggernauts parked all over the place, a car scrap and repair yard on a mammoth scale, nails, screws and broken glass mixed into the hardcore, Customs and Excise raids, Police raids, lots of broken promises and definitely no Cassoa renewal.

    The total disregard for people’s property and deliberate actions have forced many to seek alternative storage for their precious MH’s and Caravans.
     
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    I'm paying £660 a year Cassoa gold, high fence key fob for gates one way in and out. Finding storage in West London was impossible, nearest I could get was Basingstoke.
     

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