Early winter catch-up

By David

I’ve not posted for quite a while now. Not that things have stopped on the site, but admittedly developments have slowed down, mainly due to weather conditions, but also because piles of mud being used to fill and level areas on the site, don’t make for particularly good photos. 😉

So, bringing you up to speed on what’s been going on for the past few months.

Ring road now completed

One of the main roadways into and around the site, has been completed to the stage where it will just need smoothing out a little, and then topped with gravel. This helps during these winter months with navigating around the site with heavy machinery and allowing constant access to monitor the site without getting stuck.

CCTV & Security Alarm system

Over the past few weeks, we’ve had a complete state-of-the-art security system installed ready to provide security and protection for our customers wishing to store caravans on site. This system consists of 24 hour remote monitored CCTV IR dome cameras and an intruder alert system which signals the loudest alarm I have ever heard!!

Caravan Storage

Since the CCTV and alarm systems were installed we have been busy taking on caravans for internal storage while we wait for approval from SKDC for external storage permission, and have a few places left still, but very happy we’ve started trading at last.


It only took BT and OpenReach FOUR MONTHS to get a new telephone line installed, quite an achievement really! SO, we now have a direct line for you to contact us on and arrange for your caravan storage. 01778 561 225.

This has also allowed us to start promoting this new number and hence have a second sign at the front entrance now, which will hopefully bring in some business.


A legacy of past times, still clings on to a large area of the site – POTS – we have a huge amount of pots to get rid of, as they won’t all become hardcore and only a certain amount of road is needed!!! SO, if you have any leads for any business or individual;  wanting these pots we are pretty much giving them away for £10 a pallet! Contact me for details and a visit.

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