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Guidance on provision of caravan accommodation for temporary workers in the UK

13 November 2017

Earlier this year FPC published the first edition of industry guidance on the provision of caravan accommodation for temporary workers in the UK.

The guidance was developed with input from FPC members and a range of experts who are involved directly in the provision of caravan accommodation.

Stakeholders have been using the guidance during the 2017 season and we are seeking feedback on its practical application in order to review the current document and, where appropriate, develop further enhanced advice for the 2018 season.

We welcome your feedback on any element of the guidance. You can either provide your comments by email to sian@freshproduce.org.uk  or complete the following questionnaire: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FPCAccommodation2

Your input will help us update and develop the guidance to encourage further good practice.

The FPC Review Group aims to complete its review by the end of 2017 and FPC will publish a new edition of the guidance in early 2018.

You can choose to have your responses remain strictly anonymous.

Please complete the questionnaire and return to sian@freshproduce.org.uk  by Friday 1 December 2017.

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