Zoom Webinar: The problem created by Persons Unknown, Injunctions and PSPOs
15 Jun 2021, 10:00 am
The High Court has recently held that the Court cannot grant a claimant local authority final injunctive relief against two forms of “Persons Unknown”, either against persons who are not, by the date of the hearing of the final injunction, regarded as parties to the proceedings (“newcomers”), or alternatively, contra mundum (against all persons generally). In this webinar Ranjit Bhose QC and Kuljit Bhogal will explain Nicklin J’s decision and whether PSPOs might offer an alternative solution.
- An explanation of the High Court’s judgment in L B Barking & Dagenham v Persons Unknown, London Gypsies and Travellers intervening  EWHC 1201 (QB)
- PSPOs, what are they, when can they be used and how they could help in creating space-based solutions?
You can also find an article written by Ranjit and our pupil, Verity Bell, HERE.