Posts By: Klick Design

Removal of Travellers from your land or property

Unauthorised encampments of travellers known by many as gypsies can be problematic to landowners. Here we look at the growing issue and what can be done to remove them quickly. The potential problems include: Anti-Social Behaviour by children and adults of the travelling community Litter and Fly Tipping Human and Animal Excrement Abuse of local… Read more »

Removal of travellers in Stafford

Having received instructions from Stafford Borough Council about an illegal encampment at Doxey Road Lorry Park in Stafford on Tuesday 28th November, seven of our enforcement officers were deployed for the removal of travellers, arriving on site at approximately 13:45pm to find seven caravans in situ but no suitable towing vehicles. Upon arrival our officers… Read more »

Investment and expansion for Penham Excel

After a highly successful 2016, which saw a wave of new contracts, business and clients, Penham Excel are moving forward apace with significant investment and expansion plans. We are currently in the process of recruiting new field based certificated Enforcement Agents and office staff to manage operations from our Stafford premises as we seek to further… Read more »

Alan Wood appointed to the Council of Representatives at the BPA

We are pleased to announce that one of our Directors, Alan Wood has been appointed to the Council of Representatives at the British Parking Association (BPA). The BPA is the largest, most established and trusted professional association representing parking and traffic management in Europe. The Association is the recognised authority within the parking profession which… Read more »

Interesting day at LACEF Event

As one of the main sponsors at yesterdays LACEF (The Local Authority Civil Enforcement Forum) conference in Luton, Philip Hammonds (MD) and Alan Wood (Business Development Director), representing Penham Excel, enjoyed what turned out to be a very busy and interesting event. The conference speakers enlightened the audience on a variety of subject matters relating to… Read more »

Traveller evictions in Sandwell

It was a busy day for Penham Excel yesterday (Monday 13th February) as we were called upon to move more than 50 travellers’ caravans twice in one day after they set up an illegal campsite on two separate car parks in Oldbury. Council staff and shoppers were forced to find alternative parking spots after the caravans originally… Read more »

Persistent evaders of parking offences tackled

Our specialist parking team have been in action again this week with a successful operation to tackle persistent evaders of parking offences. The action took place on Friday (6th January) and resulted in 4 vehicles being seized whilst in contravention of parking restrictions. One of which was a Honda with an Irish number plate, unregistered… Read more »

Penham Excel remove travellers from play area in West Bromwich

Penham Excel last week (Friday 29th July) successfully removed travellers from a play area in West Bromwich, after 100 plus caravans had moved into the open space after being ordered to move from a another nearby site. Having been issued with a section 61 ordering them to move from Schofield Avenue and Wyntor Lane, in West… Read more »

Successful IRRV conference for Penham Excel

We were delighted to attend the 2016 IRRV Revenues and Enforcement Conference and Exhibition in Harrogate last week. There was a good turn out from both public and private sector organisations with current and potential new customers heading over to our stand for a chat. Alot of interest was paid to how we utilise the… Read more »

Financial Ombudsman Service complaints against debt collectors fall

Complaints made against debt collectors have fallen over the last 12 months, according to the latest figures from the Financial Ombudsman Service, as firms continue to give even greater priority to identifying and understanding all expressions of dissatisfaction and resolving issues at source. The number of complaints for the period March 2015 – March 2016… Read more »