We are delighted to announce the appointment of Alex Hill who will lead the expansion of our new Property Services division, specialising in evictions, repossessions, asset recovery and security.
Our Property Services team is increasingly called upon to meet the growing demand for the removal of squatters from commercial properties throughout our major cities. We recently enforced the eviction of 40 squatters from Hotspur House, a historic five-storey building in Manchester city centre.
Joe Hanlon, who started his career within the industry 11 years ago, has been awarded a Directorship at High Court Enforcement firm Andrew Wilson & Co. Joe is also in the final stages of qualifying as a High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO).
As part of our ongoing commitment to the training and professional development of our people, seven of us have recently completed the CICM (Chartered Institute of Credit Management) Level 2 Award in Taking Control of Goods.
We are delighted to announce that our Group Director has been appointed the new Chairman of the High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA).
A big congratulations to our Andrew Wilson & Co colleagues for completing the Salford 10k in loving memory of David Longfield.
We are proud to announce that Andrew Wilson has been invited to speak at the ICM Law Conference, which is being held on Thursday 27 November at the Law Society in London.
We are delighted to announce that we have celebrated a successful first year in Birmingham.
You may have noticed that an increasing number of debtors, who have received a Notice of Enforcement, have either contacted you or your clients directly to offer to pay in instalments.
We are proud to announce that the Ministry of Justice statistics have recently been released and, once again, it has placed Andrew Wilson & Co as the leading independent High Court Enforcement Office in England & Wales, based on the number of writs received during 2013.
As D-Day approaches for the introduction of the new bailiff reforms, we wanted to keep you informed about some of the changes you will notice, particularly in our attendance and progress reports.
July has been a month for blood, sweat and tears…all in the name of charity