It is illegal to allow horses to fly-graze without the land owner’s permission
The Control of Horses Act introduced in 2015 enables those that are affected to expeditiously deal with abandoned and fly-grazing horses and situations where permission given to graze is withdrawn.
The horse owners that allow their horses to fly-graze can be dealt with quickly.
How can 24 Hour Bailiffs Ltd help?
Whilst the horses can be detained on the land or detained and removed by our specialist equine enforcement agents, our aim is to find those responsible and have them remove the horses from land by displaying and personally issuing default notices.
Our aim is to have the horse owners undertake the removal of the horses from your land at their own expense as quickly as possible, without incurring you further unnecessary costs.
In the event that the horse owners fail to remove the horses from your land within the specified notice period, our enforcement agents can undertake the removal on your behalf on your instructions.
Our enforcement agents are fully certificated
The advantages of using certificated enforcement agents, such as ourselves, is that we are experienced in the relevant law and procedures to undertake equine removal and will act accordingly. We will undertake a risk assessment and follow health and safety procedures before and during the removal.
We have the necessary resources and manpower available to conduct the removal so that the horses are removed from your land quickly and safely.