Criticism of park homes sale fee
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Builth Wells park home resident criticises sales rule

The owners of mobile and park homes are calling on the Welsh Government to scrap "absolutely diabolical" rules relating to the sale of their properties.

Currently, a person who buys a mobile or park home is required to pay up to 10% commission to the site owner.

About 100 park home residents from across Wales are expected at the Senedd on Tuesday morning to lobby ministers.

The Welsh Government said it was launching a consultation on the matter.

Bob Mountford, chairman of the Caerwnon Parks Residents' Association, said living in park homes has its drawbacks.

  • 21 Mar 2017
  • From the section Wales