A decision by the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) in Spain effective 11/7/23 states that a motorcaravan should be treated exactly the same as cars and other vehicles and provide they are parked within marked bays then sleeping in the vehicle is not camping
Falls of Foyers new public toilets and motorhome waste facilities were officially opened on Friday 16 June 2023 with the Stratherrick and Foyers Community Council and Trust hosting the opening ceremony.
This report from the Navarra region in Spain shows the huge financial benefits of encouraging the rapidly growing sector of touring motorcaravans. Brexit has presented the UK with a great opportunity to capitalise on this year round revenue stream, due to travel restrictions limiting the time spent by the UK’s 400,000 plus motorcaravans touring in Europe.
Brexit regulations mean that UK motorcaravans have to spend a minimum of 6 months in the UK. So why aren’t our UK towns taking action to provide simple overnight parking like the rest of Europe? Please share this report with your local councils and help the UK through these difficult times by encouraging the year round recreational use of motorcaravans, 82% use their motorcaravans throughout the year not just in the summer.
The above project has only been made possible by donations received from motorhome visitors to our small community in collaboration with D&G council.
The monies received from the motorhomers is the only income the community association receives and shows what a positive impact the motorhome community can have .
( Caerlaverock resident and motorhome owner )
CAMpRA are pleased to announce plans for an overnight parking trial in Cleethorpes.
CAMpRA have been working as advisors on the project with North East Lindsey District Council and welcome this very exciting initiative, the trial will commence once planning approval has been approved. Details here
Article from Lancaster news details here
CAMpRA are passionate about creating a network of short stay overnight stops(Aires) here in the UK . We provide our services free of charge but we do need funds to enable us to keep doing this, from providing advice, running the website, and operational costs . If you like the idea of UK aires, why not support our work? It doesn’t matter how much – every little helps (as the saying goes!). Please make a donation via our
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