Dear valued visitors,

Please be informed that we are currently conducting planned maintenance on our website to enhance your browsing experience. During this time, certain functionalities and features may be temporarily unavailable.

However, we want to assure you that our office remains open as usual, and we are readily available to assist you with any inquiries or concerns. To get in touch with us, please feel free to give us a call at 07720 698662 or send us an email at Our dedicated team will be happy to assist you promptly.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your patience and understanding during this maintenance period. We strive to provide you with the best possible service and look forward to serving you better in the near future.

Thank you for your continued support.

Warm regards,

The Howes Bailiffs Team

Who are Howes associated with?

Howes Bailiffs Limited are associated with the following organisations:

ISO 9001 Acreditation 

Howes Bailiffs are pleased to announce that as of 8th December 2011 we are now an ISO 9001 certified company. We have been assessed for conformance to the requirement of BS EN ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System and were successful in meeting all aspects of the necessary requirements. Our certificate can be found by clicking here 

Association of Bristish Investigators 

Association of British Investigators (ABI) which is currently held by the Managing Director of Howes Bailiffs is the longest established organisation representing professional Private Investigators in the UK. Members are admitted only after stringent vetting. Members must conduct their business in a professional manner and by complying with a strict code of ethics with disciplinary procedures in place to monitor any transgressors. 

Civil Enforcement Association 

The Civil Enforcement Association, was created by merging the 'Association of Civil Enforcement Agencies (ACEA)' and 'The Enforcement Services Association (Certificated Bailiffs Association)' with the later being formed in 1906 to provide a central organisation for certificated bailiffs and civil law enforcement agents and to promote ethical and professional conduct among members. The Association is a member of the Civil Court Users Association (CCUA) and the Joint Security Industry Council (JSIC). The Association represents its members and the profession in consultation with UK central Government and organisations such as the Institute of Rating Revenues & Valuation (IRRV), Money Advice Liaison Group (MALG). On 26th January 2011 the members of both the Enforcement Services Association (ESA) and the Association of Civil Enforcement Agencies (ACEA) voted overwhelmingly in favour of a merger into one association. The new association will be called the Civil Enforcement Association