Council takes travelers to court over Picket Twenty Sports: A “substantial” number of the nomadic people who have set up camp on the Picket Twenty Sports Ground are going to be the target of legal action on the part of the borough council, which has stated its intention to pursue such action.
This action will be taken because the borough council has set up camp on the Picket Twenty Sports Ground. These particular individuals will serve as the focus of the legal action that will be taken as its goal.
A local resident who did not wish to reveal their identity told the Advertiser that “a large camp has appeared” and that “they are using the walkways as roads and have hacked through the closed gates to allow the caravans in.”
The resident did not wish to reveal their identity because they did not want to reveal their identity. The local citizen volunteered this information for our use.
This information was voluntarily provided for us by a member of the community who desired to remain anonymous; nevertheless, they did not divulge their identity. When asked for their identity, this individual decided against providing it because they did not wish to reveal any information about who they were in any capacity.
They also did not wish to draw attention to themselves in any way.
The information that the camping was brought to the attention of the Test Valley Borough Council was confirmed by a representative for the council.
The council has been made aware of the encampment, as stated by a spokeswoman for the council, according to the previous statement.
After that, they continued by making the following assertion: “The illegal encampment that is now positioned at Picket Twenty forcibly secured entrance on Sunday, and they have been served notice to remove the land.”
According to the statement, “a court hearing will take place this afternoon to pursue this procedure,” and in the event that the occupants of the property continue to occupy it, “the next procedures will be taken to move them on with the assistance of bailiffs alongside the police.” In the event that the occupants do not leave the premises, the further procedures that need to be done in order to remove them will be carried out. These steps are necessary in order to remove them.
The hearing that will take place in court about this subject will take place in Basingstoke on Thursday afternoon. Both the time and place have not been decided upon at this point. This particular amount of time has been set aside for it expressly (July 28).