Health of park is a long-term view

The Press and Journal (North-East) - - FEATURES -

SIR, – In an­swer to your ar­ti­cle ‘Car­a­van­ners in rate rise re­volt’ (Oc­to­ber 10), we do not want to see any car­a­van own­ers leave Sil­ver Sands, near Lossiemouth.

We first wrote to own­ers in 2016 to re­mind them that the three-year fixed fee ar­range­ment would be end­ing for 2018. Dur­ing this pe­riod our stan­dard site fees in­creased at a grad­ual rate each year to their cur­rent level. Own­ers who took part in the fixed fee of­fer are now re­turn­ing to the stan­dard rate.

Ev­ery­one has ac­cess to the same early pay­ment sav­ings. We are build­ing a con­sid­er­able num­ber of new pitches at the park (27 in 2016 and 37 in 2017) and have in­vested more than £300,000 in up­grad­ing util­i­ties in the last 12 months alone.

In con­trast to re­ports about pre­vi­ous own­ers of Sil­ver Sands, we are tak­ing a long term view of the health of the park and will con­tinue with our in­vest­ment. An­drew Howe, chief ex­ec­u­tive, Bridge

Leisure Parks, Mil­ton Keynes

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