Bailiffs

The Government has published updated information for the public on what to do when bailiffs visit your home. It sets out how to deal with a bailiff, how to make payments, how to complain about a bailiff and where to get additional advice and support. The advice has been refreshed following requests by the advice and enforcement sectors as well as members of the public.

www.gov.uk/your-rights-bailiffs

A formal government response to the consultation Transforming bailiff action: How we will provide more protection against aggressive bailiffs and encourage more flexibility in bailiff collections, will be published shortly.

Parking News articles

Someone's got to do it, Sarah Juggins, Nov 2010

Image rights, Colin Naylor, Oct 2010

Qualified for the job, Tracey Rivers, Aug 2010

BPA Special Interest Group

To view the Bailff and Enforcement Special Interest group page click here

National Standards for Enforcement Agencies

Government have taken the first steps towards a Bailiff Reform in order to change the way bailiffs are regulated, to make sure they operate fairly for all concerned.  Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly announced updated standards have been published which defines acceptable behaviour for bailiffs.

Updated National Standards for Enforcement Agents - January 2012

To read the announcement from the Ministry of Justice regarding the updated standards and reform, please see here .

Contact British Parking Association

British Parking Association T: 01444 447 300
Stuart House, 41-43 Perrymount Road F: 01444 454 105
Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 3BN E: info@britishparking.co.uk