People who rent beach huts in Paignton are outraged after being told by the Council that they must buy their huts or risk losing them.
1 in 8 huts in Paignton are rented from the Council. It is looking at ending this service in a bid to save money.
The Council has valued them solely on their location and not their condition.
This has angered people who rent out huts that need a lot of maintenance work. Alan Holmes rents two, both in different conditions.
He told ITV News: "They've made an arbitrary decision that they'll all be worth £500, which to me that's ridiculous."
The Council responded to these concerns and has announced that they will re-assess the process of buying the huts. A new date has been proposed, extending the time renters have to make offers on their huts.