Our approach to traveller encampments involves serving a common law notice. This enables the land owner to exercise their right to self-help as set out in Halsbury Laws of England (Volume 97 (2010) 5 edition). This notice provides the travellers with a fixed date and time by which they must vacate the land.
In the event that they fail to leave by the date and time shown on the notice, the landlord can exercise their right to self-help and instruct us to remove them. This may require the assistance of the Police to help prevent a breach of the peace and tow trucks to assist with the removal of any vehicles.
Once the land is clear and handed back to the landlord, we can should you wish assist with any site clearance and security to prevent further encampments.
We are able to assist with traveller encampments anywhere in the UK and can usually have agents on site within two hours.