Representing the interests of the parks industry in the UK

Representing the interests of the parks industry in the UK

The British Holiday & Home Parks Association - established exclusively to serve and represent the interests of the parks industry in the UK.

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The influential voice of park business

A network of some 4,800 park people, pooling resources and sharing experiences. BH&HPA champions the issues which matter.

Founded in 1950, the BH&HPA brings real benefits – it’s good business to belong.

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A team of 4,768 people managing and developing 2,951 parks across the UK, 184 elected to serve and support our Branch network, we remain a connected Association and a true demonstration of teamwork and strength in numbers.

Paul Searle, BH&HPA Vice President and BH&HPA East Anglia

Branch Director

  • Directed by members to provide tailored services

  • BH&HPA advises members on all aspects of park management

  • Working tirelessly for those who own and manage park establishments

Member benefits

  • Advice and guidance

    Available to best support your park business in the day to day running and in the bigger picture
  • Knowledge Base

    Online collection of guidance articles available 24/7
  • Conference and webinars

    National and online gatherings of members to discuss the latest in the industry
  • Local branch network

    A friendly and inclusive branch network that gathers socially and formally on a regular basis to discuss the industry
  • Telephone advice lines

    Direct line to BH&HPA central office, there to provide assistance or a referral to anyone of our National Advisers to help you
  • Online park promotion

    A collection of public facing websites for you to advertise holidays, park homes and holiday caravans for sale and jobs to name a few, all included with membership
  • Training

    Online and in person training delivered by our training partners on a variety of park-based topics on the parks themselves
  • Lobbying

    BH&HPA champions the issues which matter, campaigning for a tax and regulatory environment where park business can thrive