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.
Residential park operators have faced a number of challenges over the past 10 years or so from the changes to the implied terms into agreements under the Mobile Homes Act 1983 in October 2006 (in England) and the Mobile Homes Act 2013.
Get the right advice
The park home industry is a resilient industry and the changes have been embraced. However with possible changes afoot (given the review of the Mobile Homes Act 2013 due to take place this year) it is important that park operators seek the correct advice to review your processes and agreements to ensure you are on the right side of the law.
Professional help with a positive attitude
We pride ourselves on being friendly, approachable and commercially minded. We see solutions, not problems, and help guide you to them. As you’ll discover, by talking to our dedicated, straight talking parks team, we’ll listen carefully to all your questions and give you answers in language you can understand; clear, concise, and based on years of experience, including:
Our recent experience includes:
We’re in the business, too
Stephens Scown is an Associate Member of the British Holiday & Home Parks Association (BH&HPA). This exists exclusively to serve the interests of the UK parks industry. Which means we understand the challenges you face and the issues that concern you. We also know your aspirations and feel passionately about helping you reach your goals.
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