You’ll have several choices to make when buying a new park home. It’s a big decision and worth taking your time over. Here we consider some of the options.

Choosing the best park home for you to live in is a big decision. Here we have brought together some of the considerations worth thinking about, so you can be confident in your choices.

Here we have listed ten of the top reasons for retiring to a park home, according to some of our park home insurance customers.

If you’re considering purchasing a park home in the UK, you’ll be pleased to know that there are many ways to buy a park home. Each approach has its own merits and drawbacks, so it’s important to understand them before making any decisions.

This article aims to provide insights into the factors you should consider when contemplating park home living.

When deciding between a residential park and a holiday park in the UK, it’s important to understand the distinctions between these two types of accommodation.

As the weather gets warmer and the sun starts shining brightly, the joy of barbecuing outside your park home becomes ever more enticing. However, it’s important to prioritise safety when barbecuing to ensure that everyone has a fantastic time.

We would like to thank everyone who came to the Park Home Assist Insurance stand at The World of Park & Leisure Homes Show on the weekend.

The benefits of living in the countryside in the UK as a park home resident are many and varied. Moving out to the sticks for some, particularly those from urban backgrounds, can seem daunting but approached with an open mind and heart, it can truly enrich your lifestyle.

It is important to be aware of your rights and obligations as a park home owner in the UK. In this article, we outline the key points of your rights and obligations as they stand after 2013.