Gypsy & Traveller Eviction Services
Travellers illegally camped on your land can result in damage to your property, inconvenience to you and your neighbours, and expense for you to clean up any mess they leave behind and make any repairs required – Our professional Gypsy & Traveller eviction services can help!
Under common law every landowner has the right to remove trespassers from their land using reasonable force if required. This right can be delegated to the landowners agent.
Our representatives can help by quickly moving them on, and in so doing reduce your costs and inconvenience. Common Law eviction is a fast, effective service – often in as little as 24 hours.
The speed of the response can help to lessen the amount of damage caused to land and buildings, as well as reduce the opportunity for theft from premises.
Professional Traveller Eviction Services – Act FAST!
Acting fast to remove illegal occupiers can also help to reduce fly tipping and general waste left behind thus reducing potentially expensive clear up costs.
Our representatives will:
- Serve the appropriate notice to leave, giving the travellers/gypsies/trespassers 24 hours to vacate your land.
- Return to site and supervise the removal of vehicles and possessions.
- Vacant Property Security
- Vacant Property Wireless Alarms
- Site Security (including Manned Guarding, Mobile Security Patrols and Security Dog Handlers)
- Keyholding & Alarm / CCTV Response
Fly Grazing / Removal of Horses
The Problem – Fly grazing has become a large problem in most areas of the country with horses tethered up on roadsides and industrial estates getting loose and causing accidents. Horses are also being dumped on private and public land.
Figures have been in the media to suggest there are around 3,500 horses regularly fly grazing and some local authorities have spent up £100,000 over a 12 month period addressing the issue.
The Solution – The Control of Horses Act 2015 gives Local authorities and Landowners the power to instruct bailiffs to detain horses who are on their land without lawful authority – The landowner’s bailiff must report the detention to the local Police and the owner of the horse if known, as per under section 7C of the Animals Act within 24 hours.
The Owners of the offending horses have 96 hours (4 days) not including a Saturday, Sunday or a bank holiday to claim their horses. They must then pay the costs of detention and transport before they can get them back – If they do not pay, the horses can be disposed of straight away by humane destruction, sale or given to charity.
Traveller Eviction Services – Areas Covered:
Trafford, Manchester, Bury, Bolton, MediaCity UK, Oldham, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Wigan and Warrington. In addition, we can deploy our services across the North West and UK.