COUNTDOWN TO FINAL RULING
2006: Swansea Council says it has no plans to build a second travellers site, unless forced to by the Welsh Assembly.
2007, September: The council comes under pressure from the Welsh Office to consider a second site.
2007, December: Swansea Council is told it will have to find a permanent site for gypsies and travellers, under new Assembly guidance.
2008, March: The debate begins about a location for a site. Llansamlet residents argue against another in their ward.
2009, June: A new gypsy traveller policy is approved by Swansea Council, which aims to ensure gypsy travellers have equal opportunity to access council services, and address the needs of the surrounding community.
2009, December: More than 40 sites across Swansea are looked at as possible sites for Gypsy travellers to call home, including Langland.
2011, September: Swansea Council admits it has yet to identify a site, but the process is ongoing.
2011, November: A shortlist of potential sites for a new travellers' camp in Swansea should be ready by the end of the year, says the council.
2012, April: The shortlist of five sites is revealed.
2013, October: A report distributed to councillors is due to be published, which is expected to name Cockett and Peniel Green Road as "preferred sites".