Within the UK's housing crisis, there's also a lack of approved places in Rugby for travellers to settle in.
The limited authorised camping sites in Rugby have contributed to a high rise of travellers camping on unauthorised spaces in Long Lawford, Dunchurch, or Rugby including playgrounds and parking lots.
According to the figures given by the government, a 17% rise has been witnessed in Rugby in the number of nomads on unauthorised land not owned by travellers from 2016-2017.
Also, for socially leased land in Warwickshire, there has been a meek 2% rise from 2010 - 2017.
In order to evict the travellers and get the possession of land back in Long Lawford, Dunchurch, or Rugby, landowners and local authorities in Warwickshire have 2 options.
First of all, you can vacate them using the common law in Warwickshire.
The common law allows landowners in Rugby to evict travellers from their Warwickshire property and can use reasonable force if necessary.
Common law evictions in Rugby are usually carried out by law enforcement officers.
These Denbigh Franks agents will give the trespassing traveller 24 hours to vacate the property in Rugby through a notice.
If the site in Rugby, Long Lawford, or Dunchurch is not vacated after the 24-hour period, the Denbigh Franks enforcement agents will return to remove any remaining travellers with the equipment, and possibly police if necessary.
Eviction by common law in Warwickshire comes with certain benefits.
Included in this is the speed the eviction in Rugby may be conducted.
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 Rugby and lessen the chance for fly-tipping.
The other choice for local authorities and landowners in Warwickshire is to get a writ of possession.
In this case, the first thing to do is to get an order of possession in Rugby.
When making use of the possession order to handle travellers and squatters in Long Lawford, Rugby, or Dunchurch, the notice is normally kept clandestine.
Next, in Rugby the order would be transferred to the High Court from where it would be enforced by a High Court Enforcement Office (HCEO) from Denbigh Franks.
The greatest advantage of using a writ of property and moving it to the Warwickshire High Court is that notification does not have to be issued, depending on the situation; the Denbigh Franks HCEO may determine whether to do so.
This is especially important when handling travellers in Rugby because the lack of notice removes any risk of resistance to removal from the property, as well as damage or theft on the property in Warwickshire.
While dealing with an eviction in Long Lawford, Dunchurch, or Rugby, preventing such situations from happening is preferred always as it is very time consuming and a lot of money is required to follow the procedures accurately, so, there are many options available for the landowners and the authorities in Warwickshire to do in order to seek long term measures.
You need to take immediate steps to forestall these from happening in the first place, so the first thing you can do is to put fences and gates around the land in Rugby to discourage third parties from going on.
Additionally, earth bunds, embankments and trenches can also be built to act as obstacles to entering the land in Rugby unauthorized.
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