Apart from the housing crisis in the UK, in Richmond upon Thames there are limited authorized sites for travellers to camp on.
This shortage in Richmond upon Thames has led to a dramatic increase in the numbers of travellers setting up unauthorised campsites in Cole Park, Eel Pie Island, or Ham 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 Richmond upon Thames travellers utilising unauthorised land.
And socially rented plots in Greater London had only increased by 2% between the years 2010 and 2017.
Landlords and local government in Greater London have two alternatives when seeking to obtain the possession of land and evict travellers in Ham, Eel Pie Island, or Cole Park.
You can take advantage of the common law to evict them in Greater London.
Under the common law, Richmond upon Thames landowners are allowed to use the authority if required and evict travellers from their land in Greater London rightfully and lawfully.
Enforce agents are on the ground to assist you in Richmond upon Thames with this type of eviction.
The Denbigh Franks enforcement agents will send a notice to the travellers in which they have 24 hours to abandon the site in Richmond upon Thames.
If the 24-hour grace expires and the travellers remain on the property in Cole Park, Ham, or Eel Pie Island, 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.
To use common law eviction in Greater London has many benefits.
The biggest is the speed at which the eviction in Richmond upon Thames takes place.
Eviction within 24 hours is seen in many cases under this law that ultimately reduce the chances of fly-tipping and it also means that the site in Richmond upon Thames will be less damaged.
Secondly, landowners and local authority in Greater London should be ready to receive possession summons.
The first step when evicting under writ of possession in Richmond upon Thames is obtaining an order of possession.
The possession order is made against unknown persons while dealing with travellers and squatters in Eel Pie Island, Ham, or Cole Park.
As soon as you have been awarded the possession order in Richmond upon Thames, you are required to present it to the High Court so that the order can be carried out by Denbigh Franks's High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO).
The key advantage of using a writ of possession in Greater London which is transferred to the High Court is that serving a notice is not required and the Denbigh Franks HCEO takes the decision, as determined by the situation.
Thus, you won't have to worry about travellers in Richmond upon Thames damaging your property or stealing from your property as you don't have any idea of how they would respond to the eviction in Greater London.
The first thing is to try to prevent such situations in the first place instead of dealing with an eviction process in Eel Pie Island, Cole Park, or Ham and wasting a lot of time and money on it, so, Greater London landowners can prevent rising this situation in many different ways.
These include erecting fences and gates on your piece of land in Richmond upon Thames, putting bollards on your property entrance is among the best ways of preventing access to your land by unauthorised persons.
On top of this, trenches, earth bunds, and embankments, are as well good methods of securing an area of land in Richmond upon Thames from unauthorized visitors.
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