Newsletter 52, October 2023


July 2023 newsletter.  Essential reading for residents’ associations in private roads.



Contents This is our October 2023 newsletter (4 x A4 pages).

Housekeeping and trivia section  (preparing papers for legal advice) — Diverting and extinguishing public rights of way (new guidelines) — American mums and substantial sums (holding funds sufficient to meet major expenditure) — Old news (summary on website of past newsletters) — Bromley Borough Council (worrying behaviour) — Crown land (new legal book) — Equipment Theft (Prevention) Act 2023 (security for ride-on mowers etc).

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