TRAVELLERS alleged to have breached a planning injunction by adding extra plots to an illegal site will face a High Court hearing next month.
TRAVELLERS at an illegal campsite have been served enforcement notices preventing any further development on the site.
AS more than 30 large trucks were seen delivering 600 tonnes of hardcore to a traveller site, prompting fears a second Dale Farm is being created, we look back at a timeline of problems with illegal sites in our area.
TRAVELLERS could be set to create a “Dale Farm, Mark II” after importing 600 tonnes of hardcore and covering an illegal site in tarmac.
THESE are the photographs that prove travellers are brazenly breaching a High Court injunction by preparing for an influx of caravans - sparking fears of a “Dale Farm 2”.
TRAVELLERS were able to lay the groundwork for a huge illegal site after council bosses ignored at least three potential breaches of a High Court injunction, it is claimed.
MORE than 180 tonnes of fly-tipped rubbish, including asbestos waste, has been cleared from a controversial former travellers site.
BASILDON Council insists no decision has yet been taken about the future use of Dale Farm, which has been included in its draft local plan.
Our live blog from the illegal traveller camp, as bailiffs continue to clear the site
Our live update of events at the Dale Farm travellers' site