A High Court Order regarding Harvil Road
A High Court Order regarding the Harvil Road site in the London Borough of Hillingdon.
On the 19th February 2018, the High Court granted an injunction to prevent protesters trespassing on HS2 land and obstructing access to HS2’s worksites at Harvil Road.
The court injunction is necessary to help us keep the public and our staff safe at our work sites. There have been numerous incidents of trespass and obstruction, including incidents where protesters have climbed onto vehicles, lay down in the path of vehicles and climbing underneath vehicles. All of which have the potential to cause serious injury and health and safety is HS2’s highest concern.
Please note that this injunction does not restrict activity on land that is not covered by the injunction, a plan map can be found below, as well as more information about the injunction.
Update 1st May 2019
An application has been issued in the High Court in relation to the Injunction Order dated 19 February 2018. A hearing has been placed in a 3 day window to be listed on either 13th,14th or 16th May 2019 with a time estimate of 1 day. Information regarding the listing of this case can be found on the Justice website http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/court-lists/list-chancery-judges at approximately 2 pm on the previous working day.
Anyone who wishes to obtain a copy of the application should contact Julie Dilcock of Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP who can be contacted by email at JulieDilcock@eversheds-sutherland.com or 029 2047 1147.