When it comes to evicting travellers from private land, it’s important that any landowner or their agent follows the relevant trespassing laws. If you breach these laws, you will be at risk of prosecution yourself. For this reason it’s vital that you use certificated enforcement offers, who will adhere to the legal requirements.
Here at Strikes Evictions, we offer straight forward advice on how to correctly go about evicting travellers from private land. Following a carefully developed eviction process in order to protect your rights and get fast results.
With decades of collective experience in the field of evicting travellers on private land, our bailiffs/enforcement officers can take care of the entire process for you. Once you’ve given us written permission to represent you, we can work in conjunction with your managing agent or solicitor if required.
If you have an illegal encampment on your land, this is how the process of evicting travellers from private land works:
Advice and consultation – if you’re unsure of your legal rights when it comes to evicting travellers from private land or simply wish to speak to one of our team for some reassurance. To discuss costs or to answer your questions, you can call us on 0113 322 9555 or contact us here.
Instruct us – once you’ve decided to take advantage of our competitive rates and wealth of experience, you can instruct us on the removal of travellers from private land by using the online form, or by contacting us by phone or email.
Sign the warrant – upon instruction, you’ll sign a warrant form which provides confirmation that you’ve granted us permission to represent you on evicting travellers .
We take care of the paperwork. We’ll arrange all relevant paperwork in accordance with legal requirements.
Bailiff attends – we will send one of our certified enforcement agents, on the day of instruction (time permitting) to your site and serve each individual vehicle/caravan with an official notice of eviction.
Failure to leave – if the unauthorised trespassers fail to leave in the given notice period (24 hours), our bailiffs will re-attend to begin the eviction process and clear the site.
Police – if the travellers are resistant to removal, we will call in the local police to provide assistance with the eviction process.
Rubbish and waste clearance – if the travellers have left waste and rubbish on your land, we can arrange for cleaning services to attend and ensure that your property is restored to its original condition.
If you need help with evicting travellers from private land, please don’t hesitate to call us on 01636 642868 or instruct us online. We’ll ensure that the whole process is managed efficiently and effectively – with guaranteed results every time.
Why use us for your traveller eviction needs?
I put the abandoned vehicle legal sign that you gave me on an old type Audi which had been just left on our land, and it was quite interesting having several people watching me doing it, but no one came forward to ask me what I was doing. Obviously the word got around and the vehicle was removed within 48 hours. This has saved me having to pay to get it removed and recycled, so a big thank you to strikes B2B Debt Collection agency
To have them moved on without them even staying a night is absolutely great and our tenants on the business park are very grateful. If I had the same service through the courts this would have taken three weeks, and I am sure it would have cost us at least double, especially with the clear up afterwards.
I have known and worked in conjunction with Strikes for sometime now. Chris Bane and his team are reliable and always on hand to assist whenever that may be.
This is the first time we have used a debt collection agency.
I had been chasing the outstanding debt myself for almost six months but Chris managed to reclaim the outstanding monies within a matter of days. Chris was very professional and took away all the stress. I only wish I had contacted Strikes earlier!
We instructed Chris Bane, of Strikes Bailiffs, to evict some travellers from our car park at the John Smith’s Stadium here in Huddersfield. This was done in a very professional manner and to a time scale that meant there was no disruption to our business, tenants or customers. We would certainly have no hesitation in recommending Chris Bane, of Strikes Bailiffs to anyone needing the services of a Bailiff.
Traveller eviction doesn’t have to be a headache
Private companies, landowners, solicitors and local authorities have been trusting our team of enforcement agents to remove uninvited gypsies and deal with travellers evictions for years. This is because they know that we at Strikes Traveller Evictions act quickly, adhere to the law and get great results every time.
Having strangers pitch up and make their home on your land can be stressful and intimidating. So why not leave the job of getting rid of them to the professionals? We at Strikes deal with traveller evictions every day, and know the best way to manage the traveller eviction process to the satisfaction of all parties. If you’re worried about the mess that your unwanted guests might leave behind, don’t worry, we can take care of that too.
A new policy, quietly introduced by the Government earlier this year, will block anyone identifying as a Gypsy or Traveller from staying on permanent caravan sites unless they can prove they have travelled several times that year.