It's now to be refered to the county court for a judgement this coming Friday.
Recent media coverage has seen the occupation and campaign to save the buildings in London's Time Out magazine.
Also there's been some coverage of the occupation and the "Breath of Fresh Air for Dalston" project, which has been developed by residents as an alternative to controversial plans proposed by Transport for London (TFL) and Hackney Council for the new Dalston Junction tube station:
Tonight there's a local campaign meeting going on so hopefully some more news will come out of that. And if people can get along to support those in court on friday that'd be great- but at the moment i don't know when or which court it's in. Assuming the county court grants in favour of the council an eviction could happen any time after that - i'm sure the occupiers would appreciate as much help as possible over the coming days...
More at: http://opendalston.blogspot.com/
quick news update
this is a number you can call to talk with people innvolve in the occupation 07919998567
yep probably saturday we will need a big hand becouse it is an IPO and we will have 24 hours to leave the building.
also people are going to be at the theatre Saturday morning from 9 if the case goes against the squatters