Who foots the bill when the coast is clear?

It always seems so unfair that many landowners end up paying for costly repairs following the eviction of travelers from their site…

Does it have to be this way?

Unfortunately, in most cases the answer is ‘yes’.

There isn’t much point in pursuing claims against the travelers themselves, as this is a great way to waste lots of money and even more time.

So what is the solution? What’s the answer to the problem?

Well, the way we see it, prevention is always better than the cure.

By preventing trespass in the first instance, or by decreasing the time it takes to move the communities on, Court Enforcement Specialists can save our clients time and money.

Our preventative measures are well practiced and we work with some fantastic security firms as well, but our real skill is evident in the way we deal with instances of trespass once they’ve already occurred.

We are well known and respected throughout the traveler community in the North of England, and this is what sets us apart.

We check on the welfare of the children within these communities first and foremost, and not just because this builds rapport.

We do this because it is the right thing to do.

Once we have established the safety and wellbeing of the community we are dealing with, we then look to bring about a swift resolution to our client’s problems.

Essentially, we need the travelers to move off site as quickly as possible.

When this is all handled incorrectly, without the skill and careful approach needed, it often results in smashed windows and fractured relationships.

We’ve seen it happen, and it isn’t beneficial for anyone.

The way we operate is starkly different. We are patient but purposeful in all that we do.

We have the resources and the respect needed to bring about a positive conclusion for all parties. The client, the wider community and the travelers themselves.

The very same travelers who smashed up vans and threatened workers from another enforcement agency on one day, were up and gone before breakfast the next day.

All with a handshake and not a hint of bother.

We do things differently and we are proud of it.

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