Articles about Fly grazing Horse Removal.
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A landowner Mr Evans was having problems with horses that had been grazing on his land without permission for around a week. He was in the process of completing a sale of the land to a builder for a development of houses, but the builder would not proceed with the horses there, so he had to act quick.
When horses are dumped on your land it is essential to get proper legal advice from a qualified solicitor, and advice on removing them from professional Horse Bailiffs such as Quality Bailiffs.
A building development in Leicestershire had found 2 horses dumped on their land. The council could not help them, or the RSPCA, so they were referred by their land agent to Quality Bailiffs Horse Bailiffs Division.
Quality Bailiffs Equine Bailiff Team work with Surrey Local Authority and supported by Police to check Horse Passports of fly grazing horses.
A bonus resulting from the operation was that the issue of fly grazing horses was significantly reduced for the entire district.
In previous articles we have mentioned the nuisance that is fly grazing of horses. This week saw us complete our largest scale horse removal so far this year.
Three horses left fly-grazing removed from London College rugby field.
It is now some 10 months since The Control of Horses Act 2015 came into effect. This act has been welcomed by landowners, business and local authorities. For those of us that provide specialist bailiff services in this field it has been a breath of fresh air.
Fly grazing has become a large problem in most areas of the country with horses tethered up on roadsides and industrial estates. They too often are getting loose and causing accidents.
The Control of Horses Act 2015 offers a faster and cheaper way to evict.
Over the bank holiday our emergency call out team has been busy for an Essex based landowner dealing with fly grazing horses. Someone had cut the tethers on seven of these horses and they had run wild along the estate roadways and car parks.
Our equine bailiffs had a difficult task in the greater London area. The job was to move and detain off site around 8 horses.
You visit your field only to find someone unknown has tethered a horse to graze. What can you do about this?
A retail outlet in Nottingham was having problems with horses being tethered on the grass verges of their car park. Action by Quality Bailiffs resulted in the horses being removed by their owner.