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Introduction to park homes

Park Home is the commonly used term for a mobile home (caravan) on a protected...

Buying or gifting a park home

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Selling a park home

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Is the planning permission for my site time limited?

If you live on a protected site, you will be able to find the details of the sites planning permission within your written statement. The written statement must include the date when the site owner’s legal interest or planning permission is due to end (if applicable) and an explanation of how this affects your right to stay.

If you cannot find your written statement, this information will also be included on the site license. The site license should be displayed somewhere it can easily be seen, normally on a notice board or within the site office.

LEASE is governed by a board, appointed as individuals by the Secretary of State for the Ministry for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities.


You DO NOT NEED to sign a new pitch agreement if your site owner changes. Your existing terms and conditions will stay the same if the site is sold.

If you are asked to sign a new agreement get advice from LEASE or a solicitor before doing so.