residential parks

8-January-2016

On 1 April 2016 the National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations 2016 (“the Regulations”) will come into force. The Regulations introduce a premium rate, known as the National Living Wage, which park owners must pay to all their employees aged 25…



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…



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.


13-March-2015

A final draft of the Consumer Rights Bill has been agreed by the House of Commons and House of Lords and is set to receive Royal Assent by the end of this month. The Bill is set to come into…


6-March-2015

All homeowners on residential parks in all jurisdictions in the UK should be issued with a written statement setting out the terms of the agreement (“the Agreement”).  The Agreement will be governed by the legislation for the relevant jurisdiction and…


20-February-2015

With many residential parks in England and Wales having a 1 April pitch fee review date it is that time of year when many residential park owners are reviewing their pitch fees. For parks both in England and Wales there…


4-December-2014

Serving formal notices of breach The Supreme Court have recently considered the case of Telchadder v Wickland Holdings Ltd and whether Wickland could terminate Mr Telchadder’s agreement under the Mobile Homes Act 1983. Their judgment contains valuable guidance to parks…