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yes it does. croft incorporates the old ruin now renovated and new ish croft house 3o years old. 15 acres approx, in total bought in my mothers name as owner occupier.
croft purchased in the 90's, after being just tenants since 1980. The renovated cottage was de-crofted prior to renovation, so no permissions needed from the CC. Also...never any written tenancy or letting agreement. lady was a member of the trust/charity, and as such was meant to be making a contribution in some way to the work of the trust.