Whilst the Yard Owner Hub contains lots of Documentation and Resources for Yard Owners, it can be hard to work out exactly what you need. Below is our guide to the ‘must-haves’ for all yard owners, regardless of location or packages.
This is our recommendation for Best Practice, enabling yard owners to manage their clients in an effective, efficient, and practical manner. Below you will find the necessary information to get you off on the right start whether you are opening a new yard, or reviewing your existing procedures:
Links to all documents can be found on the points above, these documents can be edited and branded as required, particular notice should be made to the guidance notes and highlighted entries in the places indicated. This allows them to be tailored to your exact requirements and situation.
You can also find variations on the above documents on the relevant pages from the Yard Owner Hub Homepage
Aside from the client administration and documentation. It is highly recommended to carry out a concise evaluation of your costs to devise an accurate cost for your livery packages. This is something that is overlooked by many yard owners when setting up or carrying out an annual review. This is how to ensure your business is as viable as can be.
There is a full calculation sheet is below, with the guide to calculating your running costs, overheads and labour shown underneath:
YOH Guide to… Making Your Livery Yard Pay
These resources are available free of charge to all, and always will be. All we ask is that if you use any of the documentation, or find the information contained herein useful, please consider adding your yard to LiveryList, and/ or making a secure donation to help cover the work and research that goes into providing these resources:
Additional resources on all aspects of practical and administrative yard management can be found throughout the Yard Owner Hub
All template livery documents and guidance can be found here:
More template documents for your livery clients can be found here:
This information and templates as provided above are intended to provide guidance and areas for consideration for those intending to enter into such arrangements. Anyone proposing to enter into such written agreements should take consideration and their own legal or professional advice as to their particular circumstances.
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