Can anyone tell us if there is a restriction that means Huts have to be leased annually by one party or if they can be rented on a short term basis ie, a few days to a couple of weeks?
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The model for hutting which Thousand Huts is advocating is that the huts are built and owned by the hutter and not leased to a third party. Family and friends would be able to stay under informal agreements. There are already 'holiday parks' and other sites with rentable huts, chalets or caravans. They are a completely diffrent kind of model.
I'm not aware of any restrictions though some hut sites may have had clauses put in by the local authority when they granted planning permission. It'd otherwise be down to the landowner and whatever was in the lease or site charter.