The High Court hearing into TWL’s application to cancel the registration of the Village Green finished on Friday 15 July.
During the 7-day hearing the Court heard evidence from Mr Parker of TWL and two other TWL witnesses, one of them a traffic expert, Ian Tucker and Keith Garwood. Essex County Council argued the case for upholding the registration of the TVG in an extensive closing submission.
All parties have been asked by the judge to come back with further statements to clarify the position on points of law, which the Claimant TWL had raised in his closing submission; a final judgement is not expected until after the summer break.
The hearing on TWL's application to cancel the registration of our Village Green started yesterday in the High Court in London. The whole day was spent in an address by TWL's Counsel to the Court opening the case and setting out the facts.
The Court will not be sitting today; the case resumes on Monday 11 July in the Rolls Building, Fetter Lane, London at 10.30 am when Mr Parker will be giving evidence. The hearing is expected to last until at least Thursday 14 July.
All are welcome, this is a public hearing, so please come along and show your support for our Village Green.