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Park Home-Owners LAW REFORM Association


PHOLRA Constitution

Park Home Owners LAW REFORM Association (PHOLRA)




The name of the organisation shall be Park Home Owners LAW REFORM Association (hereafter PHOLRA). The Association will be unincorporated.


To identify and assist the Government in closing the many loopholes in prevailing legislation, limit the controls that operators have over home-owners lives and bring poorly managed sites up to pre-defined minimum standard.


a) Membership shall be available to all Owners of Park Homes in the United Kingdom, on registration and payment of the annual subscription. The Membership Fee will be decided by the Management Team on an annual basis, and will be one fee per household.

b) Membership shall cease immediately upon a home owner(s) no longer residing on a Park Home Site.

c) The Management Team may invite non Park Home Residents to join PHOLRA if it is felt that their involvement will be of benefit to the Association. The Management Team are permitted to offer Life Memberships to PHOLRA members at any time.

d) Should the Management Team consider that the behaviour of any member is bringing the name of the Association into disrepute the membership will be suspended pending investigation and if thought necessary be cancelled.

e) Refunds of membership fees shall not be permitted.

f) A register shall be maintained by the Management Team of all households belonging to the Association.

g) A member can resign at any time in writing to the Membership Secretary.


a) Invitations to join the Management Team can be made by the Senior Members of that Team and all members of the Team are required to agree to the Confidentiality Statement of PHOLRA

b) An account will be maintained on behalf of the Association at a bank agreed by the Management Team. Three cheque signatories will be nominated by the Management Team (one to be the Treasurer).  The signatories must not be related nor members of the same household.

c) All payments will be authorised by two of the signatories.

d) All money raised by or on behalf of PHOLRA is only to be used to further the aims of the group, as specified in item 2 of this constitution.

c) The Treasurer will be responsible for all money transactions of the Association and shall maintain records for all income and expenditure. An account book shall be kept and will be made available to all members within 28 days following the end of the Association's financial year.


Any changes to the Constitution will be agreed by the Management Team and notified to all members of PHOLRA within 7 days.


If it is agreed to dissolve the group, all remaining money and other assets, once outstanding debts have been paid, will be donated to a local charitable organisation. The organisation will be agreed by the Management Team.

This Constitution was agreed at a meeting of the Management Team on 21/02/2023

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