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March 2017 Editor's Welcome

march-blogAhead of the hotly anticipated Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show, which takes place at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC), from 21 to 26 February, we’ve got a very special March issue that will whet your appetite for all things show-related!

As well as an indispensible show preview that details everything you’ll ever need to know to help you prepare for this bacchanalian mid-winter orgy of outdoor living, we also offer you a fun run-through of all the best homes, parks and related specialist suppliers and services at the event (turn to page 42). What could be better than that?

Among the parks featured in our show special, we turn the spotlight on luminaries like Sunningdale and Peaklands parks, both in Derbyshire. These stunning parks occupy enviable locations very close to the NEC. They both boast representatives at the show and both have fabulous new homes for sale. Why not pop along to the event and find out more?

You could even visit both sites, along with the scores of other park options with a presence at the NEC, while you’re there!
Away from the bright lights and delights of Birmingham’s finest indoor exhibition arena, look out for park stories on blue riband sites in Cumbria, Gloucestershire, Cheshire and Cambridgeshire (from page 10).

We’ve also got a fascinating company profile on David Light Park Homes - a long established and well respected park operator that has been making a concerted expansion effort in recent months. The company is now one of the UK’s largest residential park home owners with a whopping 34 sites in its burgeoning portfolio. Find out the secrets to the company’s success on page 26!

If you want brand new homes, along with information on the best places to find them sited, look no further than your March issue either. This month, we run the rule over the Wessex Cranborne, Homeseeker Seascape and Pathfinder’s fantastic new show-stopper, the Stockholm (from page 28).

We’ve also stuffed our issue with legal help, as we know how much you value it. Don’t miss Neil Miller’s top ten tips for buying a home (page 86), or LEASE’s advice on utility charging (page 91).

JanCoverAlexAlex Melvin

 

 

 

Alex Melvin, Editor
Email: phhc.ed@kelsey.co.uk

 March 2017 - buy it here

PS: Don’t miss our reader offer of 35 FREE snowdrops worth £21 plus a great magazine subscription offer if you subscribe for 12 months!

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