A bill designed to address issues surrounding the management and regulation of holiday caravan parks will be introduced at the National Assembly for Wales today.
The bill - which will be presented by Darren Miller AM - seeks to address common problems such as unlawful occupation of caravans; abuses by holiday caravan park owners and the cost of providing public services to those who use holiday caravans as their main home.
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