Injuction prevents named people entering sites at 22 Bishopsgate, 100 Bishopsgate and Principal Place
A High Court judge has intervened to stop anyone trespassing on a number of high-profile Multiplex sites across London.
The injunction prohibits anyone from trespassing at its office schemes at 22 Bishopsgate and 100 Bishopsgate in the City of London and at its Principal Place residential job on the borders of the City and Shoreditch.
A statement on Multiplex’s website said: “Anyone in breach of the injunction will be in contempt of court and may be imprisoned, fined or have their assets seized.”
While banning anyone entering the site four people, known for climbing tall buildings, were specifically named in the order.
Alistair Law, Rikke Brewer, Dylan Rhodes and Usama Quraishi were forbidden from entering or remaining on the sites.
Another named party, Imogen Anderson, lodged a written undertaking with the court which it accepted.
Claims were withdrawn against another two defendants.
The court papers referenced evidence from two witnesses, James William Senior and Eve Heminway, as being a factor in the ruling.
Multiplex has been contacted for comment.