Caravan and Holiday Park news

Surge in holiday home sales across the UK - 13 April 2017

Sales of caravans and holiday homes across the UK are on the rise thanks to the falling pound, according to reports.

South West tourist attraction eyes up expansion with caravan park purchase - 19 January 2017

A popular South West tourist attraction has secured a six-figure purchase of a nearby caravan park as part of its ongoing expansion plans, according to reports.

Growing ‘staycation’ trend expected to boost South West holiday parks - 15 December 2016

A new study suggests that an increasing number of Britons are opting for ‘staycations’ instead of overseas holidays – a trend sure to bolster the UK’s holiday and caravan park sector if it continues.

Rural businesses could face complications under Making Tax Digital plans, says CLA - 24 November 2016

The Country, Land and Business Association (CLA) has voiced concerns that rural business owners, such as South West caravan and holiday park vendors, are likely to face complications under the Government’s plans for Making Tax Digital (MTD).

MP praises South West holiday park sector for contribution to economy - 3 November 2016

An MP has voiced his praise for local holiday enterprises and their ongoing contribution to the economy and creation of jobs in the South West of England.

Brexit vote will boost Britain’s caravan sector, says team behind expanding park - 2 August 2016

Caravan parks in the UK are likely to rise in popularity following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (EU), according to the team behind an expanding UK holiday park.

£9m holiday park proposal could create hundreds of jobs - 15 June 2016

A planning committee will assess proposals for a £9million holiday village project later this month – which could span hundreds of chalets and create several jobs in the tourism sector.

Caravan park giant to seek sale following sector boom - 2 June 2016

By the end of 2016, Britain’s largest caravan park company is forecast to go on sale for a price in the region of £1.2 billion, according to The Sunday Times.