The hearing of the Brent Council v Leonard Johnson Bridge Park case resumes at 10.30am this morning. The case is timetabled to last until Friday and will begin with witnesses for the defendants.
In the background there will also be the possible request by the defendant's QC, Mr Cottle, to amend the basis of the case and the judge's and Brent Council's QC's reaction to that request, as well as the need to clear up confusion over the various entities referred to in the case.
On Friday Judge Green warned Cottle that if he applied for amendments he might refuse them if he felt they were wholly misconceived.
It is not yet clear, to me at any rate, why there may have been a change in the defendant's instructions to their solicitor.
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