This vital aspect of holiday park development needs specialist attention and advice from the earliest stages of planning.

Not all transport providers are able to handle larger static caravans. Skill and experience aside the work requires a higher class of road tax to operate on the UK’s highways.


Static caravan transport is complex. It involves winching the caravan onto the back of a trailer using ramps. In most cases a convoy unit is required to lead the transport vehicle.


Moving static caravans across the holiday park can also be demanding. It means you’ll have heavy goods vehicles moving across the location. When the haulage company come to pick up a caravan, they must have clear access to it. If they can’t reach it you may well still incur charges. It’s an area needing professional guidance. Next Phase Leisure can assist and advise you on the safest and best way to transport caravans.

Siting & Connection


The siting of static caravans and holiday homes requires detailed planning.

It is an important part of the process. Initially there is the need to meet legal requirements. It’s also at the heart of planning how your park will be laid out. Next Phase Leisure can help and advise you on safe procedures, as well as arrange the siting to maximise your park’s appeal.