QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION
Strand, London, WC2A 2LL
B e f o r e :
| The Queen on the application of ZV
|- and -
|SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT
Nicholas Ostrowski (instructed by Government Legal Department) for the Defendant
Hearing date: 21.12.20
Judgment as delivered in open court at the hearing
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MR JUSTICE FORDHAM :
Mode of hearing
The claimant's accommodation position
My decision in substance
The claimant's position, as described in the claim
Cheema-Grubb J's order for interim relief
What happened next
Stage two accommodation: where and when?
Travel costs and four suggested 'needs'
'Accommodation' and 'support'
How the claimant's solicitors acted
Accessing daily-supervised medication from the pharmacist
Attending keyworker sessions
Provision beyond subsistence
Being able to visit a supportive friend
A protective approach
Stage two accommodation: when?
Why only a short-term Order today?
Resolution by agreement?
UPON the Defendant granting the Claimant bail under Schedule 10 to the Immigration Act 2016 by decision dated 17 December 2020
AND UPON the Defendant agreeing through her response to the Claimant's application for interim relief dated 18 December 2020 to provide or arrange for the provision of accommodation for the Claimant at a specified address pursuant to paragraph 9 of Schedule 10 to the Immigration Act 2016 ("Stage Two Accommodation")
AND UPON the Defendant having on 11 December 2020 and thereafter provided accommodation at the [named London] Hotel
AND UPON the Defendant agreeing by email received at 14:02 on 21 December 2020, to provide £8 in cash per week to the Claimant
AND UPON the Court having given an ex tempore judgment a written version of which will be made available
IT IS ORDERED that:
1. Until further Order, the Defendant, whether (a) by continuation of the Existing Accommodation or (b) by Stage Two Accommodation is to accommodate the Claimant at an address in London.
2. Until further Order, the Defendant is to make provision for travel and other expenses which will enable the Claimant to:
(1) Attend a pharmacist who dispenses and supervises her medication, on a daily basis whether her existing pharmacist in [a named London location] or a suitably qualified pharmacist elsewhere.
(2) Attend appointments with her key worker on a monthly basis whether online or in person.
(3) Attend appointments at the [named London] Hospital.
(4) Visit the friend described in the Claimant's solicitors' letter dated 21 December 2020.
3. There shall be a further hearing of interim relief in this case on 13 January 2021, with a time estimate 3 hours, suitable for a Deputy High Court Judge.
4. The Claimant do file and serve on the Defendant, evidence as to interim relief, by 4pm on Wednesday 6 January 2021.
5. The Defendant do file and serve on the Claimant, any reply to the Claimant's evidence and any proposal for the Claimant's future accommodation and provision of financial support, by 4pm on Monday 11 January 2021.
6. The Claimant, if so minded, do apply to amend her grounds of claim by 4pm on 29 January 2021.
7. The Defendant do file her Summary Grounds of Defence by 4pm on 19 February 2021, after which the matter is to go before a Judge to determine permission on the papers thereafter.
8. Costs reserved.