These sites are used for holiday use only and should not be used as a permanent residence. The sites vary from single caravans on a small piece of land through to large commercial sites potentially housing hundreds of caravans. These sites consists of static caravans and/or touring caravans. A site licence is issued by the local authority once the owner has obtained planning permission. Conditions are attached to the site licence including when the site can be occupied. There is no fee for this licence.
These sites are for holiday use only for people staying in tents. This licence is issued under the Public Health Act 1936 and conditions are attached. A site licence is issued by the local authority once the owner has obtained planning permission. There is no fee for this licence.
These mobile homes are for people to reside in all year round and are generally designed with the appropriate construction and insulation. These could be individual mobile homes sited on a piece of land or on a mobile home park housing many mobile homes. The Mobile Homes Act 2013 has altered legislation that govern residential mobile homes sites.
Details of our licensed sites are available to view on the public register