Problems living on site

This section looks at common problems you may encounter living on a mobile home site, including what you can do if you aren't happy with conditions on the site or the supply of services and how to deal with harassment or nuisance neighbours.

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Electricity, gas and water supplies

Site owners usually supply mobile home owners or occupiers with electricity, gas, water and sewerage services in order to meet the conditions of their site licence. What problems can occur?

Improving park conditions

If you live on a protected site and are not happy with the conditions and feel they should be improved, you have several options, whether you own or rent your mobile home.

Harassment by site owners

It is a criminal offence for the site owner to harass or evict by force a tenant who rents a mobile home or a mobile home pitch.

Nuisance neighbours

Living in a small community like a mobile home park requires a certain amount of compromise. However, if you have a serious problem with your neighbours, you may need to take action.

Last updated: 29 December 2014

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