The RTCCMC – What Lies Beneath Cornwall’s Hidden Gem

The Riviere Towans Chalet Camp is ~300 chalets nestled along the picturesque coastline of Cornwall but beneath the surface a percentage of the individual freehold chalet owners are fed up with the failings of the management company RTCCMC (Riviere Towans Chalet Camp Management Company Ltd). Breached contracts, missing money, breaches of the Companies Act 2006 are just a few allegations that have been mentioned to us.

The Directors of the RTCCMC are public record and can be viewed here RTCCMC Directors. By viewing the Directors you can also view which other Companies they run or have interests in or connections with, some of which would seem a clear conflict of interest.

In 2023 the Board reported that £128k of the Company funds were not accounted for, despite many member requests this outstanding amount, minuted as ‘missing’, to be accounted for, this has never been addressed.

Again in 2023 the RTCCMC was found illegally brokering waste without the correct registration in place and selling waste contracts to members. Even today it is reported they are still selling waste contracts leaving subscribing members at risk due to incorrect legal documentation being supplied. One member took the Company to court for a breach of the waste contract, the Directors appeared to not even understand what a contract was and ended up having the pay the claim plus costs.

In 2024 when a blue badge holder could not access their chalet due to building work turning the access into a mud pit, they were told by the RTCCMC Chairman “I strongly advise that you keep away from the area”.

Again in 2024 a member resolution to change the Companies solicitor, due to high costs and extremely poor reviews, was ignored without justification. It would appear the Company sought legal advice from the same solictor the resolution sought to change to give better value for money to members.

The RTCCMC has a habit of not only arguing with members but even going as far as taking legal action against Members, legal action which is funded by those same Members, how ironic. It is easy to see why members are angry when the Company paid a solicitor to draft letters about plants on the amenity land which is owned by all Members.

In a recent turn of events the Directors used the RTCCMC 2024 AGM Q&A emailed answers to try and turn members against each other using false information, a standard which falls far short of what is expected from Company Directors.

The RTCCMC Directors use an email system where they can contact all members, the problem with the system is it shows only the Directors biased opinions to suit their own agenda. Facts are often distorted and misleading, members rarely get to see the full picture of what is really going on.

If you are an RTCCMC member that wants to see the full picture and get involved in friendly discussions between RTCCMC members for the benefit of ALL members and the site as whole, then a good place to start is to join the Riviere Towans Association (RTA). They charge a small admin fee but you get to see the full picture, not a biased Directors picture, not to mention a discounted TV licence scheme which is worth way more the admin fee itself.


The beaches at Riviere Towans are known for their pristine beauty and uncrowded atmosphere. The stretch of sand seems endless, offering ample space for sunbathing, picnicking, or simply taking a leisurely walk along the shoreline. The crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean are inviting for a refreshing dip, and the waves are ideal for surfing and bodyboarding, attracting water sports enthusiasts from near and far.

Beyond its natural beauty, Riviere Towans is also steeped in history. The area was once home to a thriving mining industry during the 18th and 19th centuries, and remnants of this industrial past can still be seen today. The Towans mines were renowned for their extraction of valuable minerals like tin and copper, which played a significant role in Cornwall’s economic development. Exploring the remnants of old mine shafts and engine houses offers a glimpse into Cornwall’s mining heritage.

Tranquility in Cornwall

Visiting Riviere Towans is an opportunity to disconnect from the fast-paced world and reconnect with nature. The area’s unspoiled beauty and peaceful ambiance make it a perfect destination for those seeking solitude and tranquility. Whether you choose to explore the historic mining sites, bask in the sun on the pristine beaches, or simply immerse yourself in the serenity of the surroundings, Riviere Towans offers an unforgettable experience that will leave you refreshed and rejuvenated.

As you plan your next trip to Cornwall, consider venturing off the beaten path and discovering the enchanting charm of Riviere Towans. Embrace the tranquility, indulge in the natural wonders, and create cherished memories in this hidden gem along Cornwall’s stunning coastline.

Riviere Towans Chalet Owners

Do you own a chalet at Rivere Towans? If so you’ve come to right place to find information and discuss issues on the site.