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Park Homes

See park home licence conditions, fees and individual site rules.

Park home sites are licensed by local authorities to ensure certain standards are achieved.

They offer affordable, accessible accommodation, usually for older residents who prefer a tenure that offers some form of stability and 'ownership'.

All residential park home sites need planning permission. In addition to planning permission, a site licence is required which sets out the standards for site layout, access, services and safety requirements. The  GOV.UK (opens in a new window) website can provide you with more information.

Local authorities enforce these site licence conditions (see below) which the site owner has to comply with. If you are concerned whether your site complies with these conditions contact your local council.

Certain sites may be exempt from these requirements if they are infrequently used or controlled by an exempted organisation such as the Caravan Club.

Further information

For further information please contact your local council.

  • Park Home site licence conditions

    All residential park home sites need planning permission. In addition to planning permission, a site licence is required which sets out the standards for site layout, access, services and safety requirements.

  • Park Homes in Christchurch and East Dorset

    There are currently 7 licensed mobile home parks in Christchurch and 12 licensed mobile home parks in East Dorset with an excess of 1000 residential homes.

  • Park Homes in Purbeck

    There are 11 licensed mobile home parks in Purbeck with in excess of 300 residential homes.

  • Park Homes in West Dorset and Weymouth & Portland

    There are currently 10 licensed mobile home parks in West Dorset and 3 licensed mobile home parks in Weymouth & Portland with an excess of 1000 residential homes.

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