Along with the residence crisis in the UK, there aren't many authorized camping grounds for travellers in Hove.
The limited authorised camping sites in Hove have contributed to a high rise of travellers camping on unauthorised spaces in Henfield, Small Dole, or Portslade-By-Sea including playgrounds and parking lots.
Governmental statistics suggest that there was a 17% rise in camping on unauthorized grounds in Hove from 2016 to 2017.
While between 2010 and 2017 there was an increase of 2 percent in plots that are socially rented in East Sussex.
East Sussex landowners and local authorities have two ways to reclaim land ownership and expel visitors in Portslade-By-Sea, Henfield, or Small Dole.
Firstly, you can start eviction in East Sussex by use of common law.
Landlords in Hove are in their right to evict travellers from their property in East Sussex and are allowed to use appropriate force if needed.
Evictions under the common law in Hove are normally done by enforcement officers.
The travellers are usually given a notice to vacate a place in Hove within 24 hours by the agents from Denbigh Franks.
At the expiration of the 24-hour ultimatum, the Denbigh Franks enforcement agents have the right to make use of their equipment and the police to remove the travellers from the site in Small Dole, Portslade-By-Sea, or Henfield.
The use of common law eviction in East Sussex comes with many benefits.
The greatest advantage is the speed at which the Hove eviction can take place.
In most cases, an eviction using common law can be done in 24 hours, which means they have little or no time to cause damages to the property or land in Hove and the risk of fly-tipping is reduced.
Secondly, the local governments and landowners in East Sussex can opt to get a writ of possession.
Under a writ of possession, the first eviction step in Hove is to obtain a possession order.
This can be served to an "unknown" when the possession order is for travellers or squatters in Small Dole, Henfield, or Portslade-By-Sea.
Once the possession order has been served in Hove to the High Court the claimant can then transfer it to be enforced by a Denbigh Franks (HCEO) High Court Enforcement Officer.
To transfer the order to High Court in East Sussex 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.
It's advantageous when dealing with travellers in Hove as it takes away any opportunity to steal from the property or damage the property when resistance to the eviction is expected in East Sussex.
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 Henfield, Portslade-By-Sea, or Small Dole, and there are various things that landowners and the local authority in East Sussex may do to prevent such situations from occurring.
The best way to stop the unauthorized persons from entering land in Hove is to put fences and gates around the land and you can also prevent unauthorized access by installing large bollards at entrances.
Another great way to secure an area of land from travellers in Hove is to put embankments, earth bunds and trenches.
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