Marston Holdings High Court Enforcement engaged to collect debt from Bristol and Wessex Aeroplane Club

Marston Holdings High Court Enforcement engaged to collect debt from Bristol and Wessex Aeroplane Club, trading at Bristol Airport, whose Managing Director is Barry Bailey

Picture: Barry Bailey, Managing Director of Bristol and Wessex Aeroplane Club, talking to BBC Point’s West in 2020. Barry Bailey has been accused of misleading viewers by not offering all the facts in his interview.
Marston Holdings are leading experts in High Court enforcement and recovery. They have unrivalled expertise in helping individuals and organisations, including landlords, utility companies, solicitors and agents, and trade or private creditors, to recover their money, property or other assets.
When creditors obtain County Court Judgments for debts over £600 that are not regulated by the Consumer Credit Act, they can ask Marston to help them get a Writ of Control.
Upon obtaining the Writ, Marston generates contact with the customer and, should they not be in a position to pay, takes account of their specific circumstances so that clients are in the best possible position to secure their debt.
A Writ of Control gives enforcement agents certain powers to visit a property, including the use of a locksmith to gain entry in commercial cases. Debts can be protected by taking control of customer goods and, in exceptional circumstances, agents can remove them to sell at public auction.
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Richard Nightingale Managing Director of Professional Flying Ltd, who has been owed money by Bristol and Wessex Aeroplane Club since 2018 says, “as soon as the Court order against Bristol and Wessex Aeroplane Club to repay this historic debt was publicly announced, we received very strong correspondence from Bennetts Solicitors who represent Barry Bailey, telling us that a cheque was in the post; however, Mr Bailey has previously promised payment, but it never arrived.”
“Over the years, when I haven’t agreed with Barry Bailey, I have received similar strong letters from Bennetts Solicitors, I think it is fair to say that most have been threatening and intimidating. In my view they were also designed to bully. Bristol and Wessex have our bank account details, so why immediate payment wasn’t made by this method, I am not sure, especially as the Court ordered it by 16th March 2022. No cheque has been received to date from Bristol and Wessex Aeroplane Club.”

“It’s important that Professional Flying Ltd recover this debt, after being forced to take the time and trouble to pursue this through the Courts. In the proceedings Barry Bailey even made an accusation that Professional Flying owed him thousands of pounds. However, this was considered by the Court in detail, and completely dismissed.”

“I really worry that this is a poor advert for General Aviation and Bristol Airport, as Bristol and Wessex Aeroplane Club are one of their official handling agents. To withhold payments, along with not offering a balanced and factual account of people in the GA community, as Barry Bailey is alleged to have done in his BBC interview in 2020; also not to have taken this public opportunity to be positive about GA, is something he must have known would be, at the least unhelpful, and possibly at the worst ,damaging to the larger General Aviation cause.”