North East Lincolnshire Council

Humberston Fitties archive information

Humberston Fitties management update

The 125 year lease of the Humberston Fitties to Tingdene Holiday Parks Limited (‘Tingdene’) was completed at 5 pm on 4th October 2017. Tingdene are now responsible for the site and landlord to the chalet owners.

For more information go to the Humberston Fitties Chalet Park page.

Water rebate payments update

Water rebate payments have been calculated and cheques will be made during November 2017. We apologise for the delay.

Humberston Fitties archive information

This section contains information from prior to the management handover on 4th October 2017. We are currently reviewing the content in this section and will be updating the pages shortly. For up to date information go to the Humberston Fitties Chalet Park page.

The Humberston Fitties Chalet Park

The area was declared a conservation area in 1996 following requests from the tenants.

The park is open from March 1st to December 31st each year, and during January and February – known as the closed season – the park is only open between 9.30 am and 4 pm daily. The Humberston Fitties has been designated as a holiday chalet park and therefore it is not open for the whole year. However, in the closed season (January and February) owners can visit their chalets between 9.30am and 4.00pm to carry out maintenance work.

Find out the history of Humberston Fitties

Information about owning, renting and selling a chalet on Humberston Fitties

Information about the council owned chalet

Flood risk assessment and evacuation plan

How to report issues on Humberston Fitties

Information about the security arrangements and reporting an incident procedure

Find out information and seasonal opening times for our tourist information centres

Information about upcoming and previous ground rent reviews

Details about the disposal of the Humberston Fitties Chalet Park

Information about upcoming committee meetings

Details and minutes about quarterly meetings between the council and the chalet owners/their representatives