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Injunctions

High Court injunction order against 'persons unknown'

On Wednesday 4 October 2017, the High Court granted an injunction order for a 3-year period preventing anyone (Persons Unknown) from:

  1. Setting-up an encampment on any Land identified on the map (see below) at Schedule 1 numbered 1 to 130, except for sites numbered 39 and 119, without written permission from the Local Planning Authority, or, planning permission granted by a planning inspector;
  2. From entering and/or occupying any part of the Land identified on the map (see below) at Schedule 1 numbered 1 to 130, except for sites numbered 39 and 119, for residential purposes (temporary or otherwise) including the occupation of caravans/mobile homes, storage of vehicles, caravans and residential paraphernalia;
  3. From bringing onto the Land identified on the map (see below) at Schedule 1 numbered 1 to 130, except for sites numbered 39 and 119, or stationing on the Land any caravans/mobile homes other than when driving through the Borough of Enfield or in compliance with the parking orders regulating the use of car parks or with express permission from the owners of the Land;
  4. From bringing onto the Land identified on the map (see below) at Schedule 1 numbered 1 to 130, except for sites numbered 39 and 119, any vehicle whether for the purposes of disposal of waste and materials or otherwise, other than when driving through the Borough of Enfield or in compliance with the parking orders regulating the use of car parks or with express permission from the owners of the Land.

The injunction order contains a penal notice which means anyone breaching it will be in contempt of court. The injunction order remains in force until 3 October 2020.

From 10 October 2017, High Court bailiffs served (posted) the injunction order on all entrances to Enfield’s parks and open spaces.

We are also required to place the injunction order, claim forms and evidence in support on this website. These can be found below:

Any person wishing to review hard copies of the order, map and claim forms, can do so at any Enfield library.