It’s easy to assume our business is all about money. In fact, it’s about people – ourselves, our clients, and those we work with every day. And it’s this basic understanding that makes Equita unique.
A small rural district is completely unlike a London borough. A private landlord looking to recover unpaid rent isn’t a district council trying to enforce parking charges. And there’s a world of difference between being unwilling to pay, and unable.
At Equita, we tailor our collection, recovery and enforcement services to the nature of our clients’ needs. So, we adopt a subtly different approach in every one of the 200+ local authorities we act for – and a totally different one when we work with solicitors on High Court Enforcement cases.
Through innovative technology and market intelligence, we can spot problems and opportunities early, and react quickly to changing conditions. And in the field and behind the scenes, it’s our people’s professional skills and personal qualities that have earned us our outstanding reputation for considerate, effective service.
Because at Equita, meeting our clients’ needs isn’t just our job. It’s in our nature.
Mar 28, 2018
We are delighted to announce that our new Debtor Application (App) was launched on Friday the 4th of August and is now available in the Google Play Store and works with all Android devices. The Application which has been developed for Equita was designed and created internally by our development team.
This Application will allow customers to access their account and make payments securely, quickly and conveniently. Customers will also be able to check balances, request payment…More
Mar 28, 2018
Derby City Council have worked closely with Equita for a number of years and during this time have formed strong bonds with staff at all levels. We regularly meet with the Operations Director and recently were delighted to be shortlisted in partnership with Equita for our entry to the British Parking Awards 2018More
Dec 15, 2017
Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation
Equita, along with the other approved suppliers, completed a rigorous tender process and has been reappointed onto the Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation’s (YPO) Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS).
The Framework allows Local Authorities to run a simple mini competition between the successful suppliers, saving time, money and reducing risk from challenges to tender results when procuring for Enforcement Agency Services. The agreement…More