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looks to me somebody is doing something to sort out this,
no parking her and motorhomes not welcome cant stay overnight here. I say good on them the more of us stand up and support this the better

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National Motorhome Organisation Campaigning For Equality
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National Motorhome Organisation (NMO) was established on April 14 2014 by Andy Strangeway, Paul Marriott, Steve Soult and Tom Peil.

UK Motorhome Business

The UK motorhome business is threatened by the introduction of countless flawed Orders across the country. The motorhome industry is heavily dependent on the desire to park up in a remote location, to enjoy sunsets and sunrises and to be at one with nature. These Orders are already restricting this fundamental desire and as such are a major risk to the future growth and viability of the UK motorhome business, which is currently seeing growth at 15% per annum. Such levels of growth is almost unheard of in any other UK business sector.

The facts are simply that, whilst many motorhome owners will enjoy an extended holiday on the Continent, most will also enjoy using their motorhome for long weekends in the UK.

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NMO represent persons likely to be affected by “No Motor Caravans” Orders introduced by Local Authorities and as such they must be consulted by all Local Authorities prior to introduction of such orders.

Before making an Order to prevent overnight parking of Motor Caravans Local Authorities must consult with:

a)The Freight Transport Association

(b)The Road Haulage Association

(c)Such other organisations (if any) representing persons likely to be affected by any provision in the order as the order making authority thinks it appropriate to consult

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For all enquiries please email NMO info@island-man.co.uk
 
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National Motorhome Organisation Campaigning For Equality

Consultation

NMO represent persons likely to be affected by “No Motor Caravans” Orders introduced by Local Authorities and as such they must be consulted by all Local Authorities prior to introduction of such orders.

Before making an Order to prevent overnight parking of Motor Caravans Local Authorities must consult with:

a)The Freight Transport Association

(b)The Road Haulage Association

(c)Such other organisations (if any) representing persons likely to be affected by any provision in the order as the order making authority thinks it appropriate to consult


Motorhomefun is such an organisation as far as I am concerned therefore local authorities need to consult with us too

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sadly the site linked to in this thread is just the ramblings of a rather strange man that seems to believe he knows more about the law than the courts and councils do. his antics and the way his followers behave i fear will do more damage than good to their cause. it is basically winding the local council officers up and causing ongoing costs to the local tax payers

not something i would wish to be associated with or publicise:Sad:
 
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