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Tingdene recognised as one of the London Stock Exchange Group's '1000 Companies to Inspire Britain'
29th May 2018Courtesy Tingdene. Tingdene Homes is delighted to announce that they have been recognised as one of the London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’. The annual report showcases the UK’s most inspiring and fastest growing companies with the shortlist criteria including companies that are ‘outperforming their sector peers’. ...
Holiday home inspiration has come to Hull in the form of our brand new showground!
20th October 2017Opened in October, our new showground showcases an extensive range of holiday homes, including our newly launched family friendly Skye that was unveiled earlier this year in response to the rise in British staycations.
Thurston Manor Leisure Park is a favourite for families
28th September 2017Stacey Gibson, group marketing manager at Verdant Leisure, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be shortlisted for the best family holiday park award. It means so much to the Thurston Manor team to know that our efforts have been recognised.”
Broads Authority gets its answers following site inspection at Waveney River Centre
28th September 2017The question of whether three Mongolian-style tents erected at a Broads-based holiday business are portable or not has been answered.
Annesley Gandon appoints new Sales Director
8th September 2017Holiday park sales and marketing specialists, Annesley Gandon, a business that offers a range of services to the sector including recruitment, sales strategy, marketing and training has today announced the appointment of Chris Rose as their new Sales Director.
Ban on term-time holidays upheld
6th April 2017A ban on parents taking their children on term-time holidays has been upheld by the Supreme Court in a landmark ruling issued today. In a unanimous decision, the justices upheld a fine imposed on father Jon Platt who took his daughter on a trip to Florida in April 2015 despite...
Agent faces £7,500 bill after 'misleading' ads about homes on sale
30th January 2017An estate agent has been ordered by a court to pay more than £7,500 after admitting advertising holiday homes as permanent residential properties. The action was taken by a local council trading standards department which says the agent ignored a number of warnings and advice given to him. Magistrates heard...
Residents facing eviction were 'mis-sold homes', claims Tall Trees Home Owner's Association
20th January 2017RESIDENTS of a ‘holiday park’ facing eviction were mis-sold their homes, it has been claimed. The Daily Echo received a letter purportedly from the Tall Trees Home Owners’ Association which said many residents at the site, in Matchams Lane, “were led to believe that it was possible to live on...