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Thread: Allotment increase - is it legal

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    Thelma Sanders is offline Gardening Guru
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    Feb 2011
    Willesborough, Kent


    Ours changed from paying 12 months in arrears, to paying in the middle of the year, with a view to changing to paying in advance within a couple of years.

    All discussed/decided at a widely advertised meeting about how they could make the change from in arrears to in advance, because too many were leaving before the end of a year, without paying.

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    Snadger is offline Dundiggin
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    Aug 2006
    Durham. Pink Panther territory


    I/we manage the site for the Council. They have just updated the tenancy agreement to cover the next three years so we know how much our costs will be.
    They bill us half yearly which is handy if we were cash strapped and waiting for plotholders to pay rents. We aren't cash strapped and at 45 per plot, for the last four years, we haven't needed to put the rent up to the maximum we are allowed to charge by the Council of 60.00.
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