parklaw


13-November-2015

In recent years the use of drones, or unmanned aircraft, has increased and owners of holiday and residential parks are increasingly reporting their use on their parks. Any person flying a drone (or unmanned aircraft) is legally responsible for their…


10-November-2015

Threshold for bankruptcy proceedings increase  All park owners, both of holiday and residential parks, will probably have experienced at one time or another a customer failing to pay pitch fees or other charges due under the terms of their Agreements….


30-October-2015

The Government have recently announced their intentions to extend the right to rent provisions of the Immigration Act 2014 (“the Act”) to the whole of England as of 1 February 2016. The Act requires all park owners who rent park…



7-July-2015

Static caravans overlook the sea. Mobile home and holiday parks

Are your agreements good enough? Consumer protection law is changing and your contracts may need to change as well. The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 now require park owners to include specific information within certain contracts…





19-March-2015

All residential parks in England and Wales are required to follow a statutory consultation procedure in order to implement a new set of park rules. Failure to follow the consultation procedure could result in your park’s rules being lost.