Darren Millar says he would like to hear from caravan site owners and operators, people who own or rent caravans in Wales and local authorities in his consultation on the future regulation of the industry.
The consultation questions include:
- How can the issue of people occupying holiday caravans as their sole or main residence best be dealt with? What is the scale of this problem and what impact will it have on the holiday caravan industry in the longer term?
- What impact do people occupying holiday caravans as their sole or main residence have on holiday caravan sites and local communities?
- What risks are associated with people occupying holiday caravans on a permanent basis?
It also asks for views on the regulation of caravan site owners and managers, and site licences.
The consultation closes on 13 September.
You can take an online survey as part of the consultation.
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