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We went for a weekend away to the Treehouse at Harptree Court for my boyfriends birthday. So glad we chose it, it was exactly what we needed, so peaceful and a great getaway from everyday life.

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Enormous and beautifully crafted, the Treehouse is built from sustainably sourced Canadian cedar, Scandinavian redwood and English and Scots pine. It sits high in the treetops in a copse of mature lime trees and looks as if it’s been there forever.

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All of our Golden Oak Treehouse cabins come with a hot tub and for many of our guests, having their own hot tub is the highlight of their holiday. There is something rather splendid about lying back in your hot tub, glass in hand, with the night forest around you. Perfect any time of the year, they are especially indulgent when it's cold outside on a holiday in the winter, when the frost-laden trees are at their most beautiful, and you can taste the cold air, whilst remaining luxuriously warm.

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"Our stay was wonderful. The treehouse was beautifully built and decorated. Even the finest details had been thought through. We loved the sunny balcony, the log fire, the surrounding windows, the copper bath and the privacy of the location. Charles and Linda were wonderrful hosts who welcomed us with a quick tour and then left us to enjoy the peace of this stunning place."

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When we were introduced to Solarcentury in 2015 and found out they were looking for a satellite office in the area, it made sense to open our doors (and snack cupboards) to them. Solarcentury are one of the world’s leading solar companies, making solar PV accessible to all.

Since the mid-1990s, recreational tree houses have enjoyed a rise in popularity in countries such as the United States and parts of Europe. This has been due to increased disposable income, better technology for builders, research into safe building practices and an increased interest in environmental issues, particularly sustainable living. This growing popularity is also reflected in a rise of social media channels and websites specially dedicated to featuring remarkable tree houses around the world.

Everyday discounts available for long stays - 10% disc for 3/4/5/6 night booking - 20% disc for 7 night bookingThis enchanting tree house is tucked away at the end of a mile long track off the public road, in the upper reaches of the ancient Rother Valley. Overlooking a dew pond on the edge of ancient woodland and clad in aromatic cedar, it blends perfectly with the Weald's area of outstanding natural beauty, setting the scene for a truly romantic and memorable break. Guests comment on its remoteness, it really is a wonderful place to chill-out and lose yourself from the world. A short walk through woodlands, over an elevated boardwalk brings you to this idyllic retreat. The peaceful ambience is a playground for native wildlife and song birds - look out for badgers, foxes, pheasants and deer during your stay. Buzzards float high on the warm air currents and owls call to each other among the surrounding trees, sometimes even perching on the tree house deck! You are assured of a warm welcome, Lucinda's farmhouse is a few hundred metres further down the track. if you arrive in time for tea you can enjoy homemade cake either on the spacious decking overlooking the dew pond, or snuggle up by the toasty wood-burner. Settle in to enjoy all the comforts you would expect from a quality tree house, including a 40" TV with free view and DVD player, and a bluetooth Bose speaker. The stunning locally hand crafted king size bed sits neatly in the window recess facing the log burning stove, look up through the windows for an upside down view of the surrounding trees! It's a gorgeous space to cosy up and relax in tranquility.If a couples retreat is a distant memory and you'd like somewhere for the whole family, then Hoots can accommodate you. Sensible and adventurous children over 6 can stay in the mezzanine loft which has just enough room to squeeze them in (access is via a ladder and hatch). East Sussex is blessed with many pretty villages with pubs and restaurants. Wadhurst and Royal Tunbridge Wells are home to cafes, art galleries, independent shops and live music. If you choose to venture out, there are also village pubs with preserved local character and delicious menus, the nearest picturesque village of Mayfield is an appetising one hour's walk away. You may find it hard to leave..Arrival after 4pm - Departure 10am

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Stay rods are used for relieving weights on a higher elevation. These systems are particularly useful to control movements caused by wind or tree growth, however they are the used less often, due to the natural limits of the systems. Higher elevation and more branches tailing off decreases capacity and increases wind sensibility. As building materials for hanging are used ropes, wire cables, tension fasteners, springs etc.

Your Clubhouse Your Clubhouse Relax in the Treehouse Clubhouse after a day spent exploring the reserve. Enjoy the roaring indoor fire in the winter, or bask in the afternoon sun on the lawns in the summer. You can enjoy a drink from the well-stocked bar as you chat to your fellow guests and our rangers, or play games and enjoy the warmth of the outdoor fire pits as you toast marshmallows and watch the sun set over the rhino paddocks. Your hosts will be on hand to book dinner in your restaurant of choice or help you choose which animal encounter or private safari to enjoy the following day.

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Really friendly hosts. They made efforts to source gluten-free cakes and goodies as we advised them my wife has intolerance. The treehouse itself was superb, really well made, kitted out and decorated, totally peaceful and relaxing. I was actually pleased there was no TV as that would have detracted from the effect of the place.

Welcome to The Treehouse Enormous and beautifully crafted, the Treehouse is built from sustainably sourced Canadian cedar, Scandinavian redwood and English and Scots pine. It sits high in the treetops in a copse of mature lime trees and looks as if it’s been there forever. There are walkways in the sky and wobbly rope bridges for bouncing on, all accessible by wheelchair and buggy. On the Treehouse’s deck there’s the Roost, one of The Garden’s education rooms, which shows films and hosts activities at certain times of the year.

In some cases, tree houses are exempted from standard building regulations, as they're considered outside of the regulations specification. An exemption may be given to a builder if the tree house is in a remote or non-urban location. Alternatively, a tree house may be included in the same category as structures such as garden sheds, sometimes called a "temporary structure". There may be restrictions on height, distance from boundary and privacy for nearby properties. There are various grey areas in these laws, as they were not specifically designed for tree-borne structures. A very small number of planning departments have specific regulations for tree houses, which set out clearly what may be built and where. For precaution of safety during the tree house construction, it is usually best to do as much work as possible on the ground and also concerned be about its long-term viability.

The Woodman's Treehouse is all about being amongst the trees and up in the branches, enjoying and admiring them while not damaging them in any way. It incorporates a great deal of wood craftsmanship throughout, along with a variety of additional materials that are either found or made in the woods.

We love our Treehouses, and we think you will too! Based on our luxurious Golden Oak cabin designs, the Treehouse has an extra ensuite bedroom, which you access via a wooden walkway between the trees. Ideal for a group holiday, the Treehouse cabins sleep up to 10 people and have a spacious lounge with log burning stove where you can gather. The Treehouses are very popular, so book early!

Here at Quality Unearthed, we hand select our holiday glamping homes for their stunning locations, unique character, and luxurious comfort. We have an alternative variety of glamping accommodations including Yurts, Safari Tents, Wagons, Treehouses, Eco-Pods and more. They are all situated in amazing places throughout England and Wales.

My husband and I held an evening wedding party at the Treehouse, following our wedding in Croatia, and I have to say we had an amazing party here. The staff on the evening were really attentive and on hand to help with anything we needed (management please pass on our thanks). The food was really tasty and as a venue it’s just gorgeous with lots of fairy lights and candelabras which make for some very idyllic pictures. I would totally recommend this venue for anyone wishing to hold private parties here. Many thanks to all for making this a very special evening for us all.

"Treehouse was lovely and I was lucky enough to be the one staying in it with my partner! Was really nice to have a little space to ourselves."Tripadvisor user"The Treehouse was spotless and we felt quite spoilt by its interior."Tripadvisor user"We stayed in the Golden Oak Treehouse. It's absolutely stunning. It's extremely spacious, very comfortable and really well equipped."Tripadvisor user"From the outset we were very impressed by the luxury Golden Oak Treehouse, it was clean, luxurious and spacious."Tripadvisor user

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We love our Treehouses, and we think you will too! Based on our luxurious Golden Oak cabin designs, the Treehouse has an extra ensuite bedroom, which you access via a wooden walkway between the trees. Ideal for a group holiday, the Treehouse cabins sleep up to 10 people and have a spacious lounge with log burning stove where you can gather. The Treehouses are very popular, so book early!"Treehouse was lovely and I was lucky enough to be the one staying in it with my partner! Was really nice to have a little space to ourselves."Tripadvisor user"The Treehouse was spotless and we felt quite spoilt by its interior."Tripadvisor user"We stayed in the Golden Oak Treehouse. It's absolutely stunning. It's extremely spacious, very comfortable and really well equipped."Tripadvisor user"From the outset we were very impressed by the luxury Golden Oak Treehouse, it was clean, luxurious and spacious."Tripadvisor user

Even today, treehouses are built by some indigenous people in order to escape the danger and adversity on the ground. In some parts of the tropics, houses are either fastened to trees or elevated on stilts to keep the living quarters above the ground to protect occupants and stored food from scavenging animals. The Korowai, a Papuan tribe in the southeast of Irian Jaya, live in tree houses, some nearly 40 metres (130 ft) high, as protection against a tribe of neighbouring head-hunters, the Citak.

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The Woodsman's Treehouse is built on long stilts high up amongst the branches of three oak trees. It is in excess of 30ft high on the roof deck. It is a substantial structure that has been carefully designed to not stress the trees in any way. With that in mind, we don't touch the trees at all, allowing rain water to run down the stems and wildlife to travel up and down in the normal way, hence maintaining the delicate ecosystem of the oak tree. We don't stress the trees by imposing a heavy loads on them or by fixing bolts into them. We believe that the tree has grown in response to its environment and as such should be left well alone.

Each lodge sleeps two people, offering all the usual mod cons that our guests have come to expect in our 4-star quality graded holiday accommodation. Facilities include heating, hot water, flat screen LED digital TV with integral DVD, fresh white linen and towels, wireless broadband and DVD library. The kitchen is fully equipped with integrated dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, fridge with freezer, electric hob, oven with grill and microwave oven.

Wow, what can I say? Treehouse blew us away. The most unique and amazing place we've ever stayed at. We were expecting something amazing, but it was beyond all expectations.

Your Treehouse Your Treehouse Upscale luxe meets on-trend minimalism in your glass fronted treehouse, perfectly designed for a natural retreat with comfort and serenity in mind. The award winning self-catering suites have two spacious double bedrooms, an open plan living and kitchen area and bathroom with shower and bath included.

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Dine in Style at Port Lympne Hotel Restaurant The Port Lympne Restaurant offers indulgent afternoon teas and an extensive range of fine wines, alongside a delicious a la carte lunch and evening menu and Sunday lunch menu. We use the very best seasonal and locally sourced ingredients wherever we can in our Restaurant.  After dinner join us at the Glyn Philpot bar, a stylish and contemporary setting with amazing views to the Kent coast. Relax and enjoy the open fire with cocktails, fine wines and much more.

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His analysis of the product of labor upon natural resources as property (usufruct) is more nuanced. He asserts that land itself cannot be property, yet it should be held by individual possessors as stewards of mankind with the product of labor being the property of the producer. Proudhon reasoned that any wealth gained without labor was stolen from those who labored to create that wealth. Even a voluntary contract to surrender the product of labor to an employer was theft, according to Proudhon, since the controller of natural resources had no moral right to charge others for the use of that which he did not labor to create and therefore did not own.

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In his text The Common Law, Oliver Wendell Holmes describes property as having two fundamental aspects. The first, possession, can be defined as control over a resource based on the practical inability of another to contradict the ends of the possessor. The second, title, is the expectation that others will recognize rights to control resource, even when it is not in possession. He elaborates the differences between these two concepts, and proposes a history of how they came to be attached to persons, as opposed to families or to entities such as the church.

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Contemporary political thinkers who believe that natural persons enjoy rights to own property and to enter into contracts espouse two views about John Locke. On the one hand, some admire Locke, such as W.H. Hutt , who praised Locke for laying down the "quintessence of individualism". On the other hand, those such as Richard Pipes regard Locke's arguments as weak, and think that undue reliance thereon has weakened the cause of individualism in recent times. Pipes has written that Locke's work "marked a regression because it rested on the concept of Natural Law" rather than upon Harrington's sociological framework.

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Most legal systems distinguish between different types of property, especially between land (immovable property, estate in land, real estate, real property) and all other forms of property—goods and chattels, movable property or personal property, including the value of legal tender if not the legal tender itself, as the manufacturer rather than the possessor might be the owner. They often distinguish tangible and intangible property. One categorization scheme specifies three species of property: land, improvements (immovable man-made things), and personal property (movable man-made things).

Galambos emphasized repeatedly that true government exists to protect property and that the state attacks property. For example, the state requires payment for its services in the form of taxes whether or not people desire such services. Since an individual’s money is his property, the confiscation of money in the form of taxes is an attack on property. Military conscription is likewise an attack on a person’s primordial property.

Another member of the Hobbes/Harrington generation, Sir Robert Filmer, reached conclusions much like Hobbes', but through Biblical exegesis. Filmer said that the institution of kingship is analogous to that of fatherhood, that subjects are but children, whether obedient or unruly, and that property rights are akin to the household goods that a father may dole out among his children—his to take back and dispose of according to his pleasure.

In sociology and anthropology, property is often defined as a relationship between two or more individuals and an object, in which at least one of these individuals holds a bundle of rights over the object. The distinction between "collective property" and "private property" is regarded as a confusion since different individuals often hold differing rights over a single object.

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Under United States law the principal limitations on whether and the extent to which the State may interfere with property rights are set by the Constitution. The "Takings" clause requires that the government (whether state or federal—for the 14th Amendment's due process clause imposes the 5th Amendment's takings clause on state governments) may take private property only for a public purpose, after exercising due process of law, and upon making "just compensation." If an interest is not deemed a "property" right or the conduct is merely an intentional tort, these limitations do not apply and the doctrine of sovereign immunity precludes relief. Moreover, if the interference does not almost completely make the property valueless, the interference will not be deemed a taking but instead a mere regulation of use. On the other hand, some governmental regulations of property use have been deemed so severe that they have been considered "regulatory takings." Moreover, conduct sometimes deemed only a nuisance or other tort has been held a taking of property where the conduct was sufficiently persistent and severe.

In his 1849 treatise What is Property?, Pierre Proudhon answers with "Property is theft!" In natural resources, he sees two types of property, de jure property (legal title) and de facto property (physical possession), and argues that the former is illegitimate. Proudhon's conclusion is that "property, to be just and possible, must necessarily have equality for its condition."

In common law, real property (immovable property) is the combination of interests in land and improvements thereto, and personal property is interest in movable property. Real property rights are rights relating to the land. These rights include ownership and usage. Owners can grant rights to persons and entities in the form of leases, licenses and easements.

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There exist many theories of property. One is the relatively rare first possession theory of property, where ownership of something is seen as justified simply by someone seizing something before someone else does. Perhaps one of the most popular is the natural rights definition of property rights as advanced by John Locke. Locke advanced the theory that God granted dominion over nature to man through Adam in the book of Genesis. Therefore, he theorized that when one mixes one’s labor with nature, one gains a relationship with that part of nature with which the labor is mixed, subject to the limitation that there should be "enough, and as good, left in common for others." (see Lockean proviso)

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Frédéric Bastiat's main treatise on property can be found in chapter 8 of his book Economic Harmonies . In a radical departure from traditional property theory, he defines property not as a physical object, but rather as a relationship between people with respect to an object. Thus, saying one owns a glass of water is merely verbal shorthand for I may justly gift or trade this water to another person. In essence, what one owns is not the object but the value of the object. By "value," Bastiat apparently means market value; he emphasizes that this is quite different from utility. "In our relations with one another, we are not owners of the utility of things, but of their value, and value is the appraisal made of reciprocal services."

In many ancient legal systems (e.g. early Roman law), religious sites (e.g. temples) were considered property of the God or gods they were devoted to. However, religious pluralism makes it more convenient to have religious sites owned by the religious body that runs them.

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"The property which every man has in his own labour, as it is the original foundation of all other property, so it is the most sacred and inviolable. The patrimony of a poor man lies in the strength and dexterity of his hands; and to hinder him from employing this strength and dexterity in what manner he thinks proper without injury to his neighbour, is a plain violation of this most sacred property. It is a manifest encroachment upon the just liberty both of the workman, and of those who might be disposed to employ him. As it hinders the one from working at what he thinks proper, so it hinders the others from employing whom they think proper. To judge whether he is fit to be employed, may surely be trusted to the discretion of the employers whose interest it so much concerns. The affected anxiety of the law-giver lest they should employ an improper person, is evidently as impertinent as it is oppressive." - (Source: Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, 1776, Book I, Chapter X, Part II.)

Property, in the first instance, is a thing-in-itself. When a person finds a thing and takes that thing into that person's possession and control, then that thing becomes a thing-for-you for that person. Once the person has that thing in that person's possession, that thing becomes that person's property by reason of discovery and conquest, and that person has the individual right to defend that property (property interest) against all others by reason of self-help. Typically, persons join together to form a political state which may develop a formal legal system which enforces and protects property rights so that the individual can go to court to get protection and enforcement of that person's property rights, rather than having to use self-help. It is possible that when a person has constructive possession of personal property, but another person has actual possession, then the person having constructive possession has bare legal title, while the other person has actual possession. Generally, the ground and any buildings which are permanently attached are considered real property, while movable goods and intangibles such as a copyright are considered personal property. Also, property cannot be considered a reified concept, because in the first instance, property is very concrete as a physical thing-in-itself.

How to use the service Prioritising applications Who can use this service Partner landlords Frequently asked questions How to contact us Halton Knowsley Liverpool Sefton Wirral Survey Documents Home Welcome to Property Pool Plus This is the website for anyone looking for affordable housing to rent in Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, Wirral, Runcorn and Widnes. Merseyside housing providers list their properties for rent here each week, giving you the chance to find your preferred home with a variety of houses, bungalows, flats, apartments and sheltered accommodation of various sizes from one, two, three, four and five bedrooms to choose from. There are typically around 200 homes available each week. Some of them are ready right now, without the need to bid, just select the 'Available Now' option when conducting your property search. You can search through the properties now. However you will not be able to bid (express an interest) for the Choice Based Lettings(CBL) properties until you have registered with Property Pool Plus. Anyone can register, whether you are in receipt of benefits, or in employment. If you are not already registered, you can do so here. For help and assistance using the service read the step by step guides and FAQ's available. For further assistance you can also contact your local scheme partner. Find their contact details and opening hours on our Contact Us page. The CBL Allocations Policy sets out the criteria of how homes are allocated click here to view the policy. Some information on this site is in PDF format (Portable Document Format). To view these documents you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. (This link will open in a new window)

 

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