Newsletter 53, January 2024


January 2024 newsletter.  Essential reading for residents’ associations in private roads.



Contents This is our January 2024 newsletter (4 x A4 pages).

Housekeeping and trivia section  (private routes in other jurisdictions)  CROW cut-off date now fixed — Injunctions against “persons unknown” — Turnpikes and public rights of way — Reverse engineering and obtaining old documents from the Land Registry — Pot hole repairs: contractors and DIY — The Freehold Management Enquiries (FME1) Form.

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