Humberston Fitties residents 'very pleased' as closed season extension plans are reversed
"THIS is what should have happened in the first place."
That was the response from residents of the Humberston Fitties Chalet Park, after council plans to extend the close season at the park were reversed.
At a special meeting of North East Lincolnshire Council's cabinet yesterday, councillors voted unanimously to retain the current two month closed season, however they will be offering residents the chance to change their leases from one that includes a two month closed period, to one that will include a four month closed period.
Future leases will also be proposed to new... read more
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