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The Mobile Homes (Site Rules) (England) Regulations 2014 (the Regulations) set out the rules and requirements for new and existing mobile home park site rules.

There is no legal requirement for mobile home parks to have rules, but licence holders may propose to introduce rules if they wish.

If a licence holder introduces new site rules or intends to change or delete existing rules, consultation with the site occupiers and any appropriate residents’ association must take place.

Regulation 5 (Schedule 5) of the Regulations lists the matters that are not permitted to form part of any site rule. If a site rule contains such matters, the rule cannot have effect.

Once finalised, the licence holder must send a copy of the rules to us, along with a £50 fee. We will then publish the rules on this website.

Further information and copies of the proposal notice, consultation response, deletion notice and notification notice can be found on the Department of Communities and Local Government website.


Park home occupiers and licence holders can apply to the First Tier Property Tribunal (Property Chamber – Residential) regarding disputes about site rules and other issues about the management of park homes.

Rules for mobile home park sites in the district

Alconbury – Lordsway Park Homes [PDF, 0.6MB]

Godmanchester – Park Lane [PDF, 1.5MB]

Hemingford Abbots – Quiet Waters Caravan Park [PDF, 1.5MB]

Old Hurst – Grove Park [PDF, 1.5MB]

St Ives – St Ives Park [PDF, 1.5MB]

Upton - Upton Park [PDF, 2MB]

Warboys – The Paddock Mobile Home Park [PDF, 1MB]

Wyton - Pine Hill Park [PDF, 0.8MB]


The site rules listed above are an exact copy of the rules as sent. The council accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions and does not endorse or approve any of the published site rules. The council has not confirmed that the rules are consistent with Regulation 5 (Schedule 5) to the Regulations before publication on this website and therefore has not determined that the rules do not include any prescribed matters to which site rules should have no effect. The council has no power or responsibility in relation to the enforcement of any published site rules.

Further advice on site rules and other matters relating to mobile home parks can be found on the LEASE website.