Found 7th Feb 2009
Hi everyone
I have inherited a one year old 2 bed mobile home I would like to re site in the NewForest
I have tried googling but no joy only find sites willing to sell or rent could try emailing each one but wonder if any one could give me a head start where to look

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First need a flat bed haulage company to remove obviously, then you will need to phone each of the camp sites asking if they have any available pitches for a mobile home long term lease. Consider sub-letting when you are not using it as well, check what fees this incurs at each camp site and whether they allow it or not.

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lumoruk;4313492

First need a flat bed haulage company to remove obviously, then you will … First need a flat bed haulage company to remove obviously, then you will need to phone each of the camp sites asking if they have any available pitches for a mobile home long term lease. Consider sub-letting when you are not using it as well, check what fees this incurs at each camp site and whether they allow it or not.



Cheer for info looks like a day on the phone then:thumbsup:

You mean a caravan then :whistling:

as if you need a flat bed lorry I would suggest that is a static - the hints in the name mobile

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Gyppos all up in this thread!

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DanJackson;4313788

Gyppos all up in this thread!


Shocking dan, I'm not a gypo I just love camping and have had a couple of holidays in a mobile home. I'm always seeing mobile homes being moved along the motorways on flat beds.

janz70;4313775

You mean a caravan then :whistling:as if you need a flat bed lorry I … You mean a caravan then :whistling:as if you need a flat bed lorry I would suggest that is a static - the hints in the name mobile



Mobile home is something that can be moved on a flat bed
Caravan is something that can be moved by towing

Congratulations on your inheritance. The new forest sounds like a lovely area to settle it.

Possibly you may need to contact the local council and see what areas are available for placement lots of land? I'll thinking most of that area is probably under protection and you will need to rent a lot on which to place it from somone who owns land for that purpose already.

Not many places/campsites/parks in the New Forest I'm afraid - there's a lot of conservation areas with planning issues in place in order to avoid people doing this tye of thing unfortunately.

You could try looking for parks/sites in the areas just on the edge of the New Forest as opposed to towards the centre - try Christchurch, New Milton, Ringwood, Matchams. I know tere are a few holiday parks in the Christchurch area, close to Bournemouth airport that have both static & touring caravans on site.
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