All posts by Ashiq Hamid

In two recent cases, injunctions have been used by local authorities to restrain travellers from camping on council owned land. In Waltham Forest London Borough Council v Persons Unknown (12/1/2018), the Court decided it was just and proportionate to grant a three-year final borough-wide injunction preventing travellers from encamping on any green spaces. The travellers’ … Continue reading Injunctions used by local authorities to restrain travellers

In Canary Wharf Investments Ltd & Others v Brewer and Others (23/02/2018), interim injunctions were granted to prevent “urban explorers” trespassing on the Canary Wharf estate where they had been climbing on buildings, cranes and accessing restricted areas. The six named defendants were “urban explorers” who climbed buildings and cranes in the area and posted … Continue reading Interim injunction granted against “urban explorers” for trespassing at Canary Wharf