STOP PRESS - 27 JANUARY 2023
SCOPHRA NEW FACEBOOK PAGE
Our new Facebook page is now live at
to keep up with all things Park Home in Sxotland and for advice and support hurry over to register NOW
DECEMBER 2022 RPI - ISSUED 18 JANUARY 2023
The Office for National Statistics has released this months RPI rate at 13.4%. This is the rate which will affect March 2023 pitch fee reviews.
ENERGY SUPPORT SCHEME
The Right Honourable Graham Stuart MP (Beverley and Holderness Conservative) announced today in the House of Parliament that the application process for the £400 will now not be available until 27th February. Several MPs expressed great concern.
Online applications will open on 27 February for households in England, Scotland and Wales who are eligible for the £400 EBSS Alternative Funding to submit their details, alongside a helpline for those without online access. Payments to households that meet the eligibility criteria – including people who get their energy through a commercial contract or who are off-grid – will be made by local authorities in Great Britain. Piotl scheme in Glasgow City Council Area starts nect week. Watch this space
PARK HOMES WARM HOME DISCOUNT
YOU COULD BE ELIGIBLE FOR A GRANT OF £150. CLICK HERE NOW
DO YOU LIVE IN A RESIDENTIAL PARK HOME OR LODGE IN SCOTLAND - OR ARE THINKING ABOUT IT?
UPDATED 17 December 2022
RETAIL PRICES INDEX DECEMBER 2022 14%
IMPROVE YOUR PARK HOME LIFE EXPERIENCE WITH THE SCOTTISH CONFEDERATION OF PARK HOME RESIDENTS ASSOCIATIONS (SCOPHRA)
if you live in a residential park home or lodge in Scotland, or are thinking about it, you may find this website useful.
Residential Park Homes, sometime called mobile homes, provide a unique lifestyle which is growing throughout Scotland - with over ninety (90) properly licensed sites from the Highlands to the Borders. They are used predominantly by the over 50’s and those of a retirement age looking for an easier way of life. In some cases, location can be the main attraction, in particular the countryside, along with coastal sites are both very much sought after but sites can be found in urban areas.
Park Home sites are generally privately owned; the residents will own their own home but rent a 'pitch' on which their home is sited, from a site owner; the surroundings will differ from site to site and personal choice might be an option. If community style of living is your preference, then this can be found on a park home site with like-minded residents willing to participate in group activities and in some cases form a residents’ association.
SCOPHRA is a voluntary organistaion which exists to help park home residents associations and individual park home owners to fully enjoy the park home lifestyle by assisting them with advice and assistance on park home law, park home contracts, dealing with site owners, local authorities, park home financial matters and promoting park home legislation.
SCOPHRA is the go-to organisation for the Scottish Government on park home matters and our executive meets regularly with MSPs and Scottish Government officials.
If you are interested or think we can help you, please browse our site, look at the latest news and FAQ's or email us with a query using the contact form here.
MEMBERSHIP OF SCOPHRA IS OPEN TO CONSTITUTED RESIDENTS ASSOCIATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS LIVING ON RESIDENTIAL PARK HOME ESTATES IN SCOTLAND.
Association Membership for a full site is £60 per year with individual membership at £10
Use the contact page here to request a membership application form
IF YOU HAVE AN ENQUIRY ABOUT PARK HOME LIVING IN GENERAL, OR PARK HOME RESIDENTS ASSOCIATONS IN PARTICULAR, EMAIL US RIGHT AWAY BY CLICKING HERE
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF BUYING A PARK HOME FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE PLEASE TAKE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE FIRST AND MAKE SURE YOU ARE NOT BUYING A HOLIDAY HOME WITHOUT PERMANENT RESIDENCE RIGHTS. CONTACT SCOPHRA FOR ADVICE BEFORE SIGNING ANYTHING.