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The UK Mobile Homes Act 2013 is a significant piece of legislation that regulates the sale, use, and management of mobile homes in the UK. The act provides important protections for mobile home residents, including rights to sell their homes, protection from eviction, and restrictions on increasing pitch fees. The act also includes provisions for the construction of garden annexes and garden lodges on mobile home sites. This is the area of the legislation that has an impact on the work that Homelodge does.
For mobile home builders, the act represents an important opportunity to provide additional housing options for customers. Garden annexes and garden lodges are becoming increasingly popular as an affordable way to add extra living space to a property without the need for planning permission. These annexes that we design and build for our customers can be used as separate living space for family members, guest accommodation or even home offices.
As a mobile home builder, we are aware of the regulations surrounding the construction of garden annexes and garden lodges. We ensure that any structures that we construct comply with building regulations and are built to a high standard.
In summary, the UK Mobile Homes Act 2013 provides important protections for mobile home residents, while also allowing for the construction of garden annexes and garden lodges.
If you’d like to discuss garden annexe options with us, please get in touch to arrange a visit to our show site in the heart of Hampshire. Visit our page here for more information.