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More Travellers Set Up Camp in Leigh Park

Author: Havant Borough Council Published: 9th July 2012 13:58

An encampment of travellers are currently at Barncroft Way at the junction of Stockheath Lane, Leigh Park. There are 12 caravans and number of vehicles on site.

Havant Borough Council has visited the site and have started the process of repossession through legal proceedings.

Until such time as we can reclaim the land, Havant Borough Council will continue to work closely with Hampshire Constabulary to ensure that the proper procedures within the law are followed.

Another encampment of five caravans at Fulflood Road are still on site.  This is privately owned land and Havant Borough Council are continuing to work closely with the managing agent for repossession and securing of the site.

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cabinboy2
At 23:07 on 9th July 2012, cabinboy2 commented:
the general advice I would suggest is not to panic as the authorities have done in Essex.See Essex Police.uk.the official website where the chief constable chides a local editor (of the Billericay Gazette,09/06/2011 for presenting an alarmist account of things to come.)The paper learning that the constabulary had received funding for £9.5m to evict residents from Dale Farm had the idea of showing what an eviction might look like.They printed a graphic of a handful of officers with shields facing the entrance to the controversial site.In October the eviction took place with 150 riot police some armed with tazers storming the site at dawn,breaking down walls and fences to gain entry.They performed the eviction and the Bailiffs trotted along in the rear.So the reality was far more alarming than the newspaper had forecast.
Shourt of evidence the Force tried to get journalists to surrender their unpublished material but the NUJ went to the high court and had the production order reversed.The judges said that the Essex ppolice had little or no evidence -"the cupboard was bare and ordered them to pay costs.
cabinboy2
At 23:07 on 9th July 2012, cabinboy2 commented:
the general advice I would suggest is not to panic as the authorities have done in Essex.See Essex Police.uk.the official website where the chief constable chides a local editor (of the Billericay Gazette,09/06/2011 for presenting an alarmist account of things to come.)The paper learning that the constabulary had received funding for £9.5m to evict residents from Dale Farm had the idea of showing what an eviction might look like.They printed a graphic of a handful of officers with shields facing the entrance to the controversial site.In October the eviction took place with 150 riot police some armed with tazers storming the site at dawn,breaking down walls and fences to gain entry.They performed the eviction and the Bailiffs trotted along in the rear.So the reality was far more alarming than the newspaper had forecast.
Shourt of evidence the Force tried to get journalists to surrender their unpublished material but the NUJ went to the high court and had the production order reversed.The judges said that the Essex ppolice had little or no evidence -"the cupboard was bare and ordered them to pay costs.
cabinboy2
At 23:08 on 9th July 2012, cabinboy2 commented:
the general advice I would suggest is not to panic as the authorities have done in Essex.See Essex Police.uk.the official website where the chief constable chides a local editor (of the Billericay Gazette,09/06/2011 for presenting an alarmist account of things to come.)The paper learning that the constabulary had received funding for £9.5m to evict residents from Dale Farm had the idea of showing what an eviction might look like.They printed a graphic of a handful of officers with shields facing the entrance to the controversial site.In October the eviction took place with 150 riot police some armed with tazers storming the site at dawn,breaking down walls and fences to gain entry.They performed the eviction and the Bailiffs trotted along in the rear.So the reality was far more alarming than the newspaper had forecast.
Shourt of evidence the Force tried to get journalists to surrender their unpublished material but the NUJ went to the high court and had the production order reversed.The judges said that the Essex ppolice had little or no evidence -"the cupboard was bare and ordered them to pay costs.
cabinboy2
At 23:08 on 9th July 2012, cabinboy2 commented:
the general advice I would suggest is not to panic as the authorities have done in Essex.See Essex Police.uk.the official website where the chief constable chides a local editor (of the Billericay Gazette,09/06/2011 for presenting an alarmist account of things to come.)The paper learning that the constabulary had received funding for £9.5m to evict residents from Dale Farm had the idea of showing what an eviction might look like.They printed a graphic of a handful of officers with shields facing the entrance to the controversial site.In October the eviction took place with 150 riot police some armed with tazers storming the site at dawn,breaking down walls and fences to gain entry.They performed the eviction and the Bailiffs trotted along in the rear.So the reality was far more alarming than the newspaper had forecast.
Shourt of evidence the Force tried to get journalists to surrender their unpublished material but the NUJ went to the high court and had the production order reversed.The judges said that the Essex ppolice had little or no evidence -"the cupboard was bare and ordered them to pay costs.
cabinboy2
At 23:09 on 9th July 2012, cabinboy2 commented:
the general advice I would suggest is not to panic as the authorities have done in Essex.See Essex Police.uk.the official website where the chief constable chides a local editor (of the Billericay Gazette,09/06/2011 for presenting an alarmist account of things to come.)The paper learning that the constabulary had received funding for £9.5m to evict residents from Dale Farm had the idea of showing what an eviction might look like.They printed a graphic of a handful of officers with shields facing the entrance to the controversial site.In October the eviction took place with 150 riot police some armed with tazers storming the site at dawn,breaking down walls and fences to gain entry.They performed the eviction and the Bailiffs trotted along in the rear.So the reality was far more alarming than the newspaper had forecast.
Shourt of evidence the Force tried to get journalists to surrender their unpublished material but the NUJ went to the high court and had the production order reversed.The judges said that the Essex ppolice had little or no evidence -"the cupboard was bare and ordered them to pay costs.
cabinboy2
At 23:09 on 9th July 2012, cabinboy2 commented:
the general advice I would suggest is not to panic as the authorities have done in Essex.See Essex Police.uk.the official website where the chief constable chides a local editor (of the Billericay Gazette,09/06/2011 for presenting an alarmist account of things to come.)The paper learning that the constabulary had received funding for £9.5m to evict residents from Dale Farm had the idea of showing what an eviction might look like.They printed a graphic of a handful of officers with shields facing the entrance to the controversial site.In October the eviction took place with 150 riot police some armed with tazers storming the site at dawn,breaking down walls and fences to gain entry.They performed the eviction and the Bailiffs trotted along in the rear.So the reality was far more alarming than the newspaper had forecast.
Shourt of evidence the Force tried to get journalists to surrender their unpublished material but the NUJ went to the high court and had the production order reversed.The judges said that the Essex ppolice had little or no evidence -"the cupboard was bare and ordered them to pay costs.
cabinboy2
At 23:10 on 9th July 2012, cabinboy2 commented:
the general advice I would suggest is not to panic as the authorities have done in Essex.See Essex Police.uk.the official website where the chief constable chides a local editor (of the Billericay Gazette,09/06/2011 for presenting an alarmist account of things to come.)The paper learning that the constabulary had received funding for £9.5m to evict residents from Dale Farm had the idea of showing what an eviction might look like.They printed a graphic of a handful of officers with shields facing the entrance to the controversial site.In October the eviction took place with 150 riot police some armed with tazers storming the site at dawn,breaking down walls and fences to gain entry.They performed the eviction and the Bailiffs trotted along in the rear.So the reality was far more alarming than the newspaper had forecast.
Shourt of evidence the Force tried to get journalists to surrender their unpublished material but the NUJ went to the high court and had the production order reversed.The judges said that the Essex ppolice had little or no evidence -"the cupboard was bare and ordered them to pay costs.
cabinboy2
At 23:18 on 9th July 2012, cabinboy2 commented:
sorry about duplication. machine has flipped.

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