It is virtually impossible to tell.
Matters relating to land usually end up in the Land Tribunal or the County Court depending on the nature of the dispute. There are County Courts all over the country and we do not know the case number, names of the parties and the specifics of the dispute
What I can tell you is that if it affects you 2 things should have happened. The first is that a court order cannot bind you unless you are a party to the proceedings. As you were not you cannot be directly affected. Secondly a court order is not effective unless it is served. The exceptions would be if a matter has been placed before the court/tribunal to be decided by them on the papers presented by the parties but you would be aware of this. Alternatively the dispute could be between 2 other bordering neighbours.
So bot***** *****ne is that, subject to the above, whatever occurred does not directly effect you