Operating in the holiday and residential parks sector is not all sunshine. There are very specific challenges, and not all solicitors will be familiar with them.
Planning permission, site licensing, disputes with residents – established operators will know all about these problems, and anyone thinking of setting up a new business needs to learn quickly.
We see things from your point of view
As an Associate Member of the British Holiday & Home Parks Association (BH&HPA), our holiday and residential park lawyers fully understand the issues you face, and how to resolve them.
And as one of the few law firms in the country with a specialist parks team, we can also provide you with the exact expertise you need to go forward and achieve your objectives. Most importantly, we can untangle legal complexities and present them clearly. You’ll find we’re very approachable, as well as knowledgeable, and speak with a passion for this all-important industry.
Advice across all areas
The beautiful South West is an irresistible draw for tourists and holiday parks abound. However we also act for holiday and residential park owners across England and Wales. Our expertise covers:
Our recent experience includes:
Our years of expertise allows us to provide a seamless service across park issues. For example, not only do we guide park operators through changes to their site licences but also how it may impact other things, like owner agreements.
Adding value to a multi-billion pound industry
Tourism is vital to the UK economy. In the South West alone, visitor spend is estimated to be around £10 billion. Park operators make a major contribution to this, creating local employment for over a quarter of a million people.
With an aging population and the need to build more houses, park homes are starting to be recognised as a more affordable option to home buyers.
The marketplace and demand for lodges and park homes is booming!
Talk to us, and see how we can add value to your business and grow your share of the marketplace.
Cosawes Park Homes – Celia Fraser