When you buy your dream Park Home, you may be buying the timber, metal and glass, but you are probably only acquiring a licence to keep it on the park or site, rather than owning the ground it sits on. If the home is later found to contravene the various rules and regulations that the local authority imposes on parks, then you could risk losing this licence, and being forced to alter, relocate or even remove your home!
The UK’s leading dedicated Park & Leisure Homes Show. 3-5 April 2020 – South of England | 12-14 June 2020 – NAEC Stoneleigh 60 Lodges and Park Homes to View. Information on hundreds of sites […]
Climate change and the use of chemicals has seen a dramatic and worrying reduction in our garden wildlife over the last few years. We’ve put together a few simple ideas to make life a little […]
Your handy advice sheet on how to stay warmer without racking up a big energy bill. Park Homes can feels cold and damp during the winter months and turning up the heat or leaving it […]