Lippiatt v Gloucestershire County Council [1999]

Plaintiffs claimed council had failed to curb damaging
activities of travellers occupying large strip of land owned by council on side
of road.
Held that owner-occupier of land could be liable in nuisance
for the unlawful activities of his licensees which took place off his land,
where such nuisance consisted of repeated acts committed on the victim’s land,
to the owner-occupier’s knowledge and which interfered with the victim’s use
and enjoyment of his land
Case would be remitted for trial.