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ACCEO Information sheets.
General Information on caravanning and camping exemption certification can be seen at - https://www.gov.uk/camping-and-caravanning-site-exemption-certificates-know-the-rules-and-how-to-apply or please enquire through the Contacts page on other matters.
These Information Sheets below are an interpretation by ACCEO of complex legislation and may be downloaded after logging in. They should not be used other than as a basis for further investigation before taking any action.
Whilst every effort is made to provide an accurate interpretation no Club or individual shall have any claim against ACCEO or it’s Officers in respect of any loss or damage resulting from the advice given in the information sheets.
SHEET No TITLE DESCRIPTION
1 What is ACCEO A brief resume of the history, aims & objectives.
3 Extended or ‘Holiday’ rallies using Member Clubs may apply to use the
ACCEO Certificated of Exemption ACCEO certification for Invitation and/or Extended Rallies’
4 Rallies in National Parks The need and requirement for special permission.
5 The Caravan Sites & Control of Extracts of the essential legislation
Development Act 1960 which controls caravanning and planning exemption.
6 Formation of NEW CARAVAN CLUBS Obtaining an Exemption Certificate.
7 Criteria for choosing rally sites Codes of Conduct concerning access, duration, and frequency of rallies.
8 Model Club Constitution Essential information for a new club.
9 Tents and caravan rallies The requirements for a Camping Certificate.
11 Spacing of units on rallies A Rally Steward’s guide.
12 Public Liability and All Risk Insurance Policies specially tailored to the needs of Exempted Clubs.
14 A Guide to the 1960 Act Guidance to paragraphs relevant to exemptions from the Caravan Sites & Control of Development Act 1960.
15 The ‘28 day’ rule. An oft misunderstood section of the 1960 Act.
16 ‘Para 4’ Exemption Criteria, entitlement, and procedure for an Exemption.
17 Personal Membership of ACCEO Application procedure.
18 Rally Information and Considerations DEFRA Codes of Conduct.
19 Advice to Tenants and Owners of A few rules in the interests of Rally Site
Unlicensed Land ( re CSCDA 1960) owners.
23 GDPR General Advice
Many people have an element of public liability indemnity included within insurance for car, caravan or home. It is essential that Clubs have such insurance to protect officers and members alike against an accident resulting from perceived negligence whilst engaged in Club activities.
Many site owners now insist on high levels of public liability indemnity and ACCEO has traditionally arranged a policy for it’s member clubs to provide these levels of cover required. Member clubs may be annexed to this policy by contributing to the overall annual premium an amount depending upon the number of caravanning or camping units within the Club.
The policy operates each year from 1st December and pro-rata premiums for new Clubs joining the scheme after that date. The premiums are very competitive within the insurance world and many Clubs join the Association to benefit from this. Contact officers of the Association for details of cover and premium contributions.
Club Equipment Insurance
Clubs acquire much equipment to aid their rallying activities, many moving this equipment about the country in trailers. ACCEO has arranged a policy with possibly the lowest premium rates available, to insure their member clubs equipment and trailers where necessary.
This policy operates from 1st March each year and pro-rata premiums are calculated for Clubs joining the scheme after this date.