The Independent Park Home Advisory Service
0800 612 8938
(Strictly 10:00 to 16:30 Mon-Fri only)


Goverment Legislation
Use this website to download legislation and Statutory Instruments for park homes in England, Scotland and Wales. Also for HM Courts & Tribunals Service.
Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG)
Government Information on Housing
Leasehold Advisory Service : LEASE
Provides free and unbiased advice Telephone : 020 7832 2500 (9am-5pm) Fleetbank House 2-6 Salisbury Square London EC4Y 8JX
Park Home Owners Justice Campaign
Telephone : 01929 553110 Email :
Park Home and Holiday Caravan Magazine
A monthly magazine. Covers important issues. Regular contributions from IPHAS.
Park Home Owners Club - Towergate
A free to join club for park home owners and those considering the park home lifestyle.
National Association of Caravan Owners (NACO)
Telephone : 01255 820 321
Guild Of Park Home Services
Directory of recommended suppliers and services
Prestige Developments
Europe's largest Park Home Refurbishment Contractor. Telephone 01933 443607
Park Home Chassis Service (PHCS)
Telephone : 0118 984 3107 (Oxfordshire) : 0161 246 6117 (Cheshire)
DCB Surveyors Ltd
Telephone : 01952 457036
Subject II Survey Chartered Surveyors
Telephone : 07979 771166 r 01869b346973
Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC)
Telephone : 0800 377 7070
Seekers Park Homes
Telephone : 01252 313554
Age UK
Advice Line : 0800 169 6565
The Park Home Legislation Action Group of Scotland is an action group that intends to deal solely with legislative issues and raising the profile of residential park home living here in Scotland and is already accomplishing this at the highest levels of the Scottish Government and Scottish Local Government.
PLEASE NOTE - The IPHAS team offer information on residents rights under mobile home legislation.
The advice and recommendations given in letters and publications is for information only and it is for the resident to make his/her own decision on action to be taken.
The IPHAS team members are not lawyers but volunteers who have made a study of the relevant legislation.
The advice is offered in good faith but IPHAS cannot be held responsible for the consequences of any action taken by a resident, whether or not it was based on information given.

PRESIDENT: Joan Aylott

VICE PRESIDENT: Lord Graham Of Edmonton