This is our October 2020 newsletter (four A4 pages).
Contents: Housekeeping (Zoom meetings and advisory work) – Parking on private land: draft code under the Parking (Code of Practice) Act 2019 – Bona vacantia: letter to Greg Smith MP – Speeding in private roads: EU proposals for automatic speed reduction in new cars from 2022 – security cameras and planning permission – boundaries of rights of way: ownership of fences and hedges – oak processionary moth: health hazard and damage to oak trees.
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