Park Home Rules Most residential Parks currently have an age rule in force or advertise as a retirement park. We have been asked with the the introduction of the Mobile Homes Act 2013, are current park home rules on age still relevant and are they enforceable?
Park Open day: Sunday 11th August from 1pm Stalls and stands Bar open and free hog roast for all the owners and residents Mini train will be running for rides on around the Park Family Games/Tug of war Tickets £5.00 to non residents/owners for hog roast Owning your own holiday home offers you an escape […]
Bridgend Residential Park Bridgend Residential Park are having an Open Weekend: Friday 19th Jul 2013 – Sunday 21st Jul 2013 Bridgend Residential Park is an exclusive development of beautifully appointed residential park homes. Situated on the outskirts of the friendly border town of Wooler, you can enjoy country living combined with security and a leisurely lifestyle.
21st July and 10th & 11th August From: 10.00am – 5.00pm Availability of buying or renting a lodge at the award winning luxury holiday park The Thatches enjoys spectacular views across the South Hams, a designated area of outstanding beauty, and is surrounded by beautiful woodland and gardens, making it a glorious place to relax and unwind. […]
It is a sad time for Wessex Park and Leisure Home company. Having traded for fifty years they are to cease trading, this statement was taken from their web-site: After 50 years of trading the Wessex Park home and Leisure Lodge business is unfortunately closing. It is with great sadness that we have to announce that […]
This is the text of the speech as drafted, which may differ slightly from the delivered version and was delivered on 17th July 2013. Introduction Delighted to be here and to have this chance to set out the government’s plans for implementing the Mobile Homes Act. Of course the origins of this legislation predate my own […]
Having recently visited a lodge on Willowgrove Park (a holiday and residential park) in Preesall, Lancashire, we were surprised to find that their Estate Agent had informed them that they needed an EPC’s (Energy Performance Certificate) when putting their property on the market. So do they?