Because of the UK housing crisis, there has been a dramatic increase in the numbers of unauthorized encampments - a move that is bolstered by the shortage of authorized sites in Ealing for campers.
This shortage in Ealing has led to a dramatic increase in the numbers of travellers setting up unauthorised campsites in Bedford Park, Dormer's Wells, or Ealing such as playing fields and car parks.
With the statistics made available by the government, it is evident that a 17% increase became rampant of Ealing travellers utilising unauthorised land.
In contrast, from 2010 to 2017, there has been a mere 2% rise in the number of socially leased land in Greater London.
Property owners and local authorities in Greater London have 2 options when looking to repossess land and evict travellers in Ealing, Dormer's Wells, or Bedford Park.
The first option is to use the common law to evict them in Greater London.
Under this Law, Ealing landowners have the right to evict the travellers out of their Greater London place and are also allowed to use adequate force, if needed.
Enforce agents are on the ground to assist you in Ealing with this type of eviction.
Also, such evictions are carried out by enforcement agents from Denbigh Franks who would issue a 24-hour ultimatum to those travellers directing them to vacate the Ealing site.
If the 24-hour grace expires and the travellers remain on the property in Bedford Park, Ealing, or Dormer's Wells, Denbigh Franks enforcement agents will visit the property with the necessary equipment (including the police if required) to evict any traveller found on the land.
Including removal from common law in Greater London has several advantages.
The benefits of eviction of travellers in Ealing using common law include the speed of the operation.
Normally, the eviction under the common law can be carried out within 24hrs, so there is no time for travellers to cause the damage to the land or property in Ealing and lessen the chance for fly-tipping.
The second option for Greater London landowners and local authorities is to obtain a writ of possession.
Receiving an order of occupancy is the first move to evicting under a custody warrant in Ealing.
The order is made against "Persons Unknown" when dealing with squatters or travellers in Ealing, Bedford Park, or Dormer's Wells.
As soon as the order of possession is granted in Ealing, it can be transferred up to the High Court by the petitioner where the Denbigh Franks HCEO (High Court Enforcement Officer) then enforces it.
To transfer the order to High Court in Greater London has a major benefit that you don't have to serve the notice however, HCEO from Denbigh Franks will decide by analysing the current scenario.
This is specifically important when dealing with travellers in Ealing as the surprise aspect takes away any chance to vandalize property, steal from the premise, or for when there is expected resistance in Greater London.
It is advisable that you avoid scenarios like these for happening as a great amount of time as well as cash is squandered while ejecting a traveller in Dormer's Wells, Bedford Park, or Ealing, and there are various things that landowners and the local authority in Greater London may do to prevent such situations from occurring.
One thing that can be done is to put fences or more one can have large billboards installed at the entrances, and both are great ways of stopping any unauthorised person from entering the premises in Ealing.
Also, earth bunds, trenches and embankments may also assist in safeguarding land in Ealing against intruders.
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