Traveller evictions can be a very stressful event and requires a knowledge of the law to achieve. As a UK landowner, specifically in England and Wales, there are trespassing laws in place. They are designed to protect you and your property when removing travellers from private land. The laws are designed to protect the owner from the unauthorised entry and occupation of unwanted travellers on your private land.
If you own private land and are experiencing problems with trespassing or travellers, our professional bailiffs (now known as enforcement agents) are here to help you uphold these legal rights, for the fast removal of both people and vehicles. Our in-depth knowledge of the law and how to deal with traveller evictions, means that you to reclaim your land and minimise the damage and mess that is often inherent with gypsy evictions, with the minimum of stress and hassle.
If you have travellers on your private land without granting them permission and you want them removed, it’s important to act fast in order to reduce the impact of their encampment. Because common law allows you to instruct us without going through the courts, you could be free of your unwelcome visitors as quickly as within 24 hours.
We work with two main priorities in mind: to act in accordance with UK trespassing laws at all times and to ensure that we reclaim your land as soon as possible. To benefit from our professional and reliable traveller eviction services and highly competitive rates, please call us on 01636 42868 or instruct us now.
Under the Unauthorised Encampment Law of the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office, there several powers that can be exercised under different circumstance – these can be applied by yourself as the landowner, the police, or an authorised bailiff/enforcement officer who has been certified by the courts to act as an agent or representative. The laws in the UK are as follows:
• Common law – enforceable by the landowner/bailiffs, no court involvement necessary
• Part 55 Civil Procedures Rules – enforceable by the landowner/bailiffs but requires the involvement of the civil court
• Sections 77-78 Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 – applicable to local authorities and enforceable by their officers or their bailiffs with court involvement if the trespassers don’t leave when instructed
• Sections 61-62 Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 – only enforceable by the police, without court involvement
• Section 62 A-E Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 – only enforceable by the police, without court involvement, and where an alternative site is available
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.