Park Home Solicitors

PARK HOME SOLICITORS WHO HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF MOBILE HOME LAW   N. BINGHAM , Challenor & Gardner, Solicitors, Southern House, Cambridge Terrace, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Telephone: 01865 721451   RACHAEL BROWN, Hodders Solicitors, 11 Station Road, London, NW10 4UD Telephone: 0208 965 9862 e-mail: Rachael.brown@hodders.co.uk   DAVID H. CLEGG, Porter Dodson Solicitors & Advisors Central House, Church

Advisor Newsletter

DECEMBER NEWSLETTER Dear Fellow Members, We at IPHAS (The Independent Park Home Advisory Service) wish you all a very Merry Christmas and all the very best for the future. During the last few months, we’ve all been busy getting new colleagues trained up to help members with the many varied park home issues that may

STOP PRESS

Energy Bills – Government Support for park home residents *****ENDING 31st MAY2023****** Last Day Tomorrow for eligible groups to apply for the EBSS AF and AFP AF support, Act today it`s your money. We want all households who meet the relevant criteria to claim the support that they are entitled to. Here is the application process

STOP PRESS

DEAR FELLOW MEMBERS,   I AM PLEASED TO INFORM YOU THAT THE LONG-AWAITED LEGISLATION – MOBILE HOMES (PITCH FEES) ACT 2023 – TO LINK PITCH FEE INCREASES TO CPI FROM RPI HAS RECEIVED ROYAL ASSENT, AND WILL COME INTO FORCE ON THE 2ND JULY 2023. A COPY OF THE ACT IS AVAILABLE AT   https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2023/11/pdfs/ukpga_20230011_en.pdf

APPLYING FOR ENERGY BILL SUPPORT IF YOU DO NOT GET IT AUTOMATICALLY

IPHAS has now received further information from the Government about the application process for the long-awaited EBSS – AF £400 grant, for those residents who do not already receive this automatically. Whilst an earlier announcement was made that the application process is now live, it is confirmed that the formal roll-out date for applications remains

Age UK

The AGE UK’s public policy report on energy “A social tariff for off grid and off domestic supply customers”, addresses in Chapter seven what has become known as the ‘commercial supply trap’. This describes the position of many Park Homeowners who do not benefit from having a direct contract with an Energy supply company. IPHAS first raised this