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Protecting the Welfare of Elderly Park Home Residents

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2018 Government Review

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The 2018 Government Review of Park Home Legislation

The residential retirement park home sector has become increasingly infiltrated by rogue and criminal landlords who exploit, harass, and threaten elderly residents who do not comply with their dictates. These dictates include the fraudulent securing of monies from homeowners who are in fear. The government introduced legislative measures in 2013 to rid the market of such regimes. 

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According to a public statement, their efforts have failed and the effects of the legislation are currently under review. The Park Homes Policy Forum (PHPF) intends to bring together a sufficient number of retired park homeowners to persuade the government to conduct a full, comprehensive and radical review of the law. We aim to ensure the protection of all future occupiers in the United Kingdom.

A Message From Tony Turner, Founder

‘There is no doubt that in 2013, the government was sincere in its commitments and the new 2013 Act was welcomed by all park homeowners. However, many saw that it did not go far enough and doubted that its objectives would be met. The government promised a later review of park home legislation that is now underway, whilst in the meantime, those that were sceptical of its implementation have been proven to be right.


The final call for evidence in the current review closed on 16th February 2018, but before this date, it was revealed by members of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Park Homes that the issues the consultation covers ‘may seem insufficient and will not address all the problems that bedevil the Park Home sector. However, the reality is that this consultation (parts 1 and 2) is what the government has committed to’.


The government is due to report on its findings later in 2018. The implication of this statement and the limited timeframe is that the review will not fully address all the key issues and that whilst new recommendations may be forthcoming, that in the absence of what is needed, very many homeowners will be left in the same position as before.


Through its membership, the Park Homes Policy Forum is now calling for the government to undertake a comprehensive review because there is unlikely to be a further consultation or changes for very many years to come and what is needed is set out in the following pages’.

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