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Technically, as court proceedings have been issued, they are now a matter of public record as they're before the court.
As such, it would not be a breach of any data protection principle to inform third parties of proceedings presently before the court.
They do this so as to try and lessen the chances of the court being told that no alternative housing will be avaliable should the court agree to make the possession order.