Updated – Travellers left Littlehampton on Sunday 27th November and last seen heading along the A27 past Chichester towards Portsmouth area.
Littlehampton’s Banjo Road, seafront car park is now home to a large number of travellers. All vehicles have foreign registration marks, which include a Bentley and other expensive luxury cars.Easy access to the seafront car park as Arun District Council had left the height barriers open. The height barrier installed to prevent such trespasses.
This Bentley amongst the high quality, expensive cars that have arrived towing large caravans.
The scene this morning where a large number of travellers have gained entry to Littlehampton’s seafront car park.
I’ve reported on these trespasses before on my blog and I highlighted the complete disregard that Arun District Council take in preventing these occurrences. Illegal trespasses which cost the local tax payer significant money in evicting them as well as the problems created by their presence.
On this occasion Arun District Council left the car park’s height barrier open, which if closed would have prevented their gaining entry.
Sussex Police are on scene with two police cars and a number of uniformed police officers.
Sussex police officers talking to caravan owners who just arrived in Littlehampton.
Arun District Council bylaws forbid overnight camping in seafront car parks or anywhere on the council’s seafront greensward.
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