£16m caravan tax plan cost to Wales claim park owners
Caravan park owners in Wales say a proposed VAT charge will cost the industry £16m.
Static caravans have been exempt from the tax since the 1970s, but the Chancellor unveiled the new proposals in last month's Budget.
Park owners have until today to contribute to a UK government consultation on plans to charge VAT on the sale of holiday homes.
More than 70 MPs have signed a motion opposing the plans, but the Prime Minister insists the tax is a fair one.
Sarah Easedale reports on the impact it could have on one resort town in north Wales:
- 18 May 2012
- BBC News