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I actually doubt whether this notice is enforceable. The Trespass Act says that a notice can be given by an "occupier, in relation to any place or land, means any person in lawful occupation of that place or land; and includes any employee or other person acting under the authority of any person in lawful occupation of that place or land" So a wide readhing notice refrring to all the land is unlikely to beenforceable by a security company, who just have a contract to patrol the roads for people. It would almost certainly be too far reaching as well. The security company would need to make a police complaint to enforce this, but generally the police are reluctant to get involved in matters like this, unless you were a seial trespasser. I dont think you should ignore this, and go back on the road, without a permit, but it doesnt give you any official record, and is probably a standard procedure to encourage getting permits, rather than to involve the police.