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Welcome to the Shergroupie podcast with Chief Shergroupie, Claire Sandbrook. In this episode, Claire delves into the world of enforcing possession orders against trespassers and sheds light on the vital role of concrete barrier blocks in safeguarding properties. Shergroup Enforcement Agents, renowned for their expertise in High Court Enforcement, have been actively involved in protecting landlords’ interests by removing trespassers and tenants across England and Wales for nearly three decades.

Ensuring the success of eviction operations requires a comprehensive risk assessment of the site to prevent trespassers from re-entering the property during the process. Shergroup’s extensive experience in dealing with determined trespassers forms the foundation of their service. To establish an effective barrier against encampments and prevent unauthorized access to land, such as fields, derelict areas, car parks, construction sites, and open spaces, dropping concrete blocks at the site entrance proves to be a simple yet powerful solution.

However, handling these heavy concrete blocks entails risks, which is why Shergroup collaborates with trusted partners for safe delivery and precise placement. Once the threat of trespassing has passed, contractors promptly retrieve the blocks, ensuring a hassle-free experience for property owners. The blocks are available for rental on a weekly basis, and the Shergroup team can determine the ideal number and placement of blocks for a successful barrier, covering the entire site or perimeter. By strategically positioning the blocks, potential trespassers are effectively deterred from gaining access.

Shergroup has a diverse clientele comprising local authorities, car parks, power stations, petrol stations, building sites, and farmers, among others, all seeking to protect their land from unauthorized visitors. Their services extend beyond enforcing possession orders; they also offer comprehensive land security solutions. If you’re considering enhancing your property’s security, Shergroup encourages you to initiate a conversation by providing pictures of your site. This enables their team to assess the situation and recommend the most suitable steps, which may involve concrete barrier blocks or alternative measures.

Concrete blocks offer versatility beyond deterring trespassers. They can be utilized to regulate traffic flow, whether it’s pedestrian or vehicular, and their strength makes them resilient against potential threats like terrorist attacks and ram-raiders. Moreover, these blocks can be employed in temporary setups for events, creating safe walkways or roadways. So, whether you’re in need of concrete barrier blocks or seeking advice on risk assessment, Shergroup is prepared to assist.

To learn more about their services and engage in a conversation about your specific requirements, visit Shergroup’s website at Don’t hesitate to take the first step towards securing your property and discovering the solutions that Shergroup can provide. Contact them today by visiting

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