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Conforming to the Definition

To be deemed a ‘caravan’ a habitable structure must conform to mobility and size test. Twin-unit mobile homes must additionally conform to the construction test.
Appeal Decision by the Secretly of State. Brentall v. Erewash 2002
Section 29 (1) of the Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960

Size Test:
Less than 20m x 6.8m from external walls. Less than 3.05m when measured from internal floor to internal ceiling.
Amendment of the definition of caravan 2006

Mobility Test:
It is not necessary for a caravan to be towed, only that it is capable of being moved by road. It is the structure that must possess the necessary qualities, not the means of access.
Byrne v. Secretary Of State and Arun [1997] 74 P & C R 420.  
Appeal Decision by the Secretly of State. Brentall v. Erewash 2002
Carter and Another -v- Secretary of State and the Carrick District Council [1994]
Appeal Decision. Brightlingsea Haven Limited v. Morris and others 2008    EWHC 1928 (QB)
Construction Test Twin Units:
There should be two sections separately constructed. The act of joining the two sections together should be the final act of assembly. No requirement that the process of creating the two separate sections must take place away from the site.
Byrne v. Secretary Of State and Arun [1997] 74 P & C R 420.  
Appeal Decision by the Secretly of State. Brentall v. Erewash 2002