The City of Vancouver has won an injunction to dismantle the homeless camp at 58 W. Hastings.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has given the 14 people living in tents there one week to move their belongings.
The campers have been given one week to pack up and move.
In the meantime the city must provide three port-a-potties and trash containers.
The city must also try and find alternate housing for the campers and give them priority for housing.
Court heard the camp conditions are deplorable with feces, garbage and needles all over the site.
Conditions are also unsafe with the use of propane inside tents.
Police also say there have been assaults, theft and overdoses at the site.
“The city needs to acknowledge that people need somewhere safe to be,” says DJ Larkin with the Pivot Legal Society.
The city spent $154,000 to service the site since it was first set up.
The City of Vancouver says Outreach Staff will help with the relocation of campers and their belongings but will be looking for cooperation to ensure a smooth transition.
The City also says over the last month, roughly 100 shelter spaces have opened and there are another 92 spaces coming on line in the coming weeks.