Bromley v Persons Unknown & Others [2020] EWCA Civ 12

Caroline Bolton, a member of Radcliffe Chambers’ local government team, acted for the fourth intervener in the Court of Appeal in Bromley v Persons Unknown and Others. The case concerned a de facto borough-wide travellers injunction, pursuant to section 187B Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and Section 222 Local Government Act 1972.

In this briefing note, Caroline explains why the decision does not sound the death knell for borough-wide or de facto borough-wide Travellers injunctions and summarises the key guidance given by the Court of Appeal. Download Caroline’s commentary on the case here.