Anouska Musson

11-November-2019

Holiday and residential parks

In England, new rules are coming into force prohibiting having a septic tank discharging to surface water. Park owners with septic tanks discharging to surface water such as ditches, canals, rivers, lakes or any other type of watercourse will be…


5-March-2019

Calculator

The Creditworthiness Assessment Bill (“the Bill”) has had its first reading in the House of Commons and is expected to have its second reading on Friday 15 March 2019. For further information on the progress of the Bill you can…


21-January-2019

Typing on laptop

Park operators are not obliged to have an accessibility policy but doing so, and posting a statement on the park website, will help people with disabilities or associated concerns to access the services offered by the park. More information can…


7-November-2018

Man typing on a keyboard

In December 2017, the Law Commission chose Electronic signatures as one of its new projects for Law Reform in the United Kingdom. They said that the purpose of the project was to address any uncertainty surrounding the formalities and procedure…



8-February-2018

Polling station sign near our park law solicitors in Exeter

Parliament is due to have a 2nd reading of the Automatic Electoral Register Act on 6th July 2018. The draft Bill proposes to impose certain duties on the Government to ensure the accuracy and completeness of electoral registers and to make…


20-December-2017

The Tribunal, in a recent decision concerning a disputed pitch fee review, said that in determining an RPI only pitch fee increase, the Mobile Homes Act 1983 required the Tribunal to focus not on a specific pitch but on the…


25-October-2017

From the 18th January next year, parks and other businesses will no longer be able to charge consumers for paying by credit card, Pay-Pal or Apple Pay. More information can be found at https://www.tozers.co.uk/card-surcharges-banned/  If you have any queries or…



14-June-2017

The Committee of Advertising Practices (“CAP”) has introduced new guidance for businesses that produce online adverts featuring products which may only be targeted at those aged over 16 or 18. Under the CAP’s new rules, for example, alcohol and gambling…