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Hi, I live in park home on shaw hall caravan site in scarisbrick

nr ormskirl lancs, I need... Show More
nr ormskirl lancs, I need a new thicker electricity cable going to my meter, reason being I'm a foster carer and need a certificate for my electric, and until thats done i can't get electric checked. I have been in office numerous occasions and it doesn't go any further, Its coming up to nine months to date. regards Joyce
Submitted: 5 years ago.
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replied 5 years ago.
Thanks for your question. Please remember to click ACCEPT once you get my answer.

Is the site owner refusing to do it?

Have you got a signed agreement to cover the park home?
Customer reply replied 5 years ago.
not refused out right, not sure about agreement, park home is insured, and they carry out most of the gas and electric on here
UK-Justice, Barrister replied 5 years ago.
You need to check any written agreement.

If there is one it would normally have something in there about providing power.

If this is the case you could sue quite easily for breach of contract.

As for no contract I would suggest you contact local electricity board or environmental health.

If you suggest not having the work done poses a health risk, they could investigate and prosecute if necessary.

But check to see if you have a contract.

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