Mobile home security – Nearly Legal

Posted September 14th, 2018 in housing, landlord & tenant, licensing, news, planning by tracey

‘In John Romans Park Homes Ltd v Hancock [2018] UKUT 249 (LC), Martin Rodger QC, Deputy President of the Upper Tribunal, made an interesting, tricky, but important distinction concerning the criteria for when a park provides security for a mobile home. Mobile home security is dependent on whether the park is a “protected site”: Mobile Homes Act 1983, s 1. A protected site is defined in the Caravan Sites Act 1968 as being “land in England in respect of which a site licence is required [ie a caravan site] … not being land in respect of which the relevant planning permission or site licence — (a) is expressed to be granted for holiday use only …”.

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Nearly Legal, 13th September 2018