With thanks to our BESIG sponsors, Newlyn
Chair: Paul Sharpe, Equita
Vice Chair: Mandy Ainsworth, Worthing Borough Council
The Bailiff & Enforcement Special Interest Group was formed in 2008 to help the Association respond to the Government’s enforcement initiatives and to help Association members to cope with their implementation. The group aims to raise the profile of the work of Bailiffs and to provide a valuable networking opportunity.
For further details on this Group contact Alison Tooze
BPA special interest group meetings are a great opportunity to:
- Network with like minded colleagues
- Learn from practical case studies and other parking experts
- Meetings make a valuable contribution to your CPD record
- Keep up to date with news and updates from the sector
- Share your valuable experience
Future meetings: Please check the BPA event listings for the latest information.
The most recent meeting was joint with the Local Authority Special Interest Group in February. Meeting notes will be posted here in due course.
A previous meeting took place on October 25th 2012. Meeting notes can be found here.
The Local Government Ombudsman has published a report on Councils’ use of bailiffs for debt collection, called Taking Possession: Councils’ use of bailiffs for local debt collection. Find out more on our library on the parking reports and research page.