||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 176 (Feb)
Stanley Burnton J
||Stephen Simblet (instructed by Community Law Partnership) for W.
||Ranjit Bhose (instructed by Rajesh Alegh, Hillingdon) for the authority.
||15 February 2001
Local authority - Caravan sites - Provision of caravan sites - Authorised caravan site - Traveller occupying plot - Traveller trespasser - Local authority deciding to issue removal direction - Whether authority acting unreasonably - s 77.
Where a traveller occupied a plot on an authorised caravan site, as a trespasser, it could not be said to be his home for the purposes of art8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Nor could it be said that his right to private and family life under art8(2) had been infringed.
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