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Comfortable Retirement Lodges

  • A new and exciting development having 12 month residential licence.

  • Set in a beautiful valley on the edge of the historic village of Ecclefechan

  • A perfect retirement location,

  • Many plots have room for your motor home or caravan

  • Close to the major route of the M74 between Lockerbie and Carlisle

  • Easy access to the North of England and the Highlands of Scotland

  • Pitches laid out with generous proportions

  • Plenty of room to design the plot to your own liking

Our Lodges can be individualy designed, being built to your own plan and totally different inside.

They can designed to the individually specification of each owner.

A visit to our site and the construction company in Carlisle to view these different layouts will give you ideas as to the layout that would suit you or give you further options for your new home from the many available

 

Must it be a licensed residential park?

 

Yes, most definitely. The protection offered by the Mobile Homes Acts 2013 covering England and Scotland  applies to licensed residential parks - and this protection is not available on holiday parks.

 

If a park owner tells you they have a residential license on a holiday park ask to see their license or check with the local planning office

 

There are also important differences in construction between a residential park home and a holiday caravan.

The park home is insulated, designed and built for permanent living, a caravan holiday home is not, this is reflected in its use as summmer leisure accommodation.

 

The Legal Details tarragon-outside

Check your rights as a park Home owner

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