The NCC is the trade association for the UK caravan industry encompassing all elements of the supply chain involving touring caravans, motorhomes, caravan holiday homes and residential park homes. The NCC represents some 800 member outlets in manufacturing, park operations, distribution, retailing, and in the provisions of specialist suppliers and services within the UK caravan industry, which is worth in excess of £6 billion per annum.
“That the NCC is the recognised and respected authoritative trade body for the UK caravan industry providing leadership through a centre of expertise offering support, products and services to members for the successful evolution of their businesses.”
The NCC has a crucial role to play in promoting best practice, helping members become more competitive and formulating effective public policy and delivery. We are the united voice of the reputable businesses in our industry when talking to government
The NCC provides its members with a strong voice in the development of policy, legislation and regulations impacting on their businesses.
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Members of a Caravan Park Watch scheme and the NCC (National Caravan Council) have met to brief Boston and Skegness MP, Matt Warman, about its work and achievements at Southview Leisure Park, owned by Park Resorts.
Chippenham MP, Michelle Donelan, visited the offices of the Central Registration and Identification Service (CRiS) a week after the company won the ‘Best Application of Technology’ Award at the SWCCF (The South West Contact centre forum) awards.
The National Caravan Council (NCC) has welcomed the appointment of the new Ministerial teams at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport; Business and Communities and Local Government.
The National Caravan Council (NCC) has welcomed the recognition of tourism in a number of party election manifestos and has urged the next Government to support and grow this vital industry.
On 24 February 2015 the NCC held a briefing session in Parliament to inform MPs about the work of the trade association.