Can people live in park all year, council asks

Fareham Borough Council leader, cllr Sean Woodward with parliamentary under-secretary of state from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Dr Th�r�se Coffey MP

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PEOPLE are being asked to have their say on whether chalet owners should be allowed to live all-year-round at a caravan park.

As part of its development sites and policies plan, Fareham Borough Council is running a consultation on the Solent Breezes park in Warsash until March 25.

Solent Breezes has been developed as a holiday home park bit by bit through various planning applications.

Some of the applications relating to how long people can use the holiday homes during the year have been determined by planning appeals.

Cllr Keith Evans in charge of planning matters, said: ‘The draft policy states that planning permission will not be given to anybody wishing to live in their holiday home or chalet for more than 10 months of the year.

‘It cannot take away permission from those who already have it to live in their chalets.

‘This policy will help to provide clarity and ensure consistency with other development across the borough.’

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