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Hayling Island Motorhome Overnight Parking to be Banned

Hayling Island Motorhome Overnight Parking to be Banned

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For several years there has been official provision for motorhomes to stay overnight at the Beachlands West Beach Car Park on Hayling Island, however, in the Parking Charges Review Report discussed at the Cabinet meeting of Havant Borough Council on Wednesday 27th June 2018, the proposal to …

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Exmouth Motorhome Parking Update

Exmouth Motorhome Parking Update

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The  Traffic Regulation Order prohibiting motor caravans from parking on Exmouth seafront, and overnight on certain other roads is due to be introduced on 2nd July

Devon  County Council's East Devon Highways and Traffic Orders Committee debated a proposed Traffic Regulation Order on Thursday, 19th April, 2018 …

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Planning Permission Refused for Motorhomes at Liverpool Marina

Planning Permission Refused for Motorhomes at Liverpool Marina

Liverpool Marina have for some time allowed motorhomes to stay overnight at the Outer Car Park, Coburg Wharf, Liverpool L3 4BP

Campers and motorhomes of any size could be accommodated and there are 24 hr showers, toilet and laundry facilities, an on site restaurant and bar. Cost per 24hrs is £15 pay and display, coins …

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