In 2013, the UK government brought in the Mobile Homes Act to give static caravan owners of holiday parks more protection.
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Amid the current international travel chaos, Willerby CEO Peter Munk has recently discussed the increasing popularity of staycation and why it will continue to thrive well into the future.
There are calls across Wales for all static caravan and chalet owners to start paying council tax, on the basis that local councils are losing out on money due to a "loophole" that allows some owners to avoid the paym...
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A couple in Reading, Berkshire who have been struggling to buy their first house have turned to buying a static caravan instead, after their seller backed out leaving them stranded.
Static Trader’s official static caravan partner Atlas Leisure Homes, which employs 460 people and last reported annual revenues of £37.9m, has recently finally completed a management buyout (MBO).
One of Britain’s biggest manufacturers of holiday homes, Willerby, celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary in 2022. To mark the occasion, Willerby has unveiled a new entry-level lodge, created with affordability in m...