AS tourism and skyrocketing land prices threaten the future of some NSW residential/caravan parks, feisty permanent residents and their advocates are gearing up for their next big battle ? tougher planning laws to protect the future of residential parks.
Two days before the election, Larry Anthony's electorate adviser pulled out the race card, letterboxing pamphlets in Tweed Heads that claimed Labor would house illegal immigrants in cheap units and caravan parks.
More than 1750 caravan park residents across the Illawarra and South Coast are celebrating new laws which will stop them being treated as second-class citizens. Around 100 gathered at Windang Bowling Club yesterday for a Residential Parks seminar, organised by the Affiliated Park Residents Asso