Occupy Central was an occupation protest, which took place in Central, Hong Kong and lasted from 15th October 2011 to 11th September 2012. The camp was set up at a plaza beneath the HSBC headquarters. On 13th August 2012, the High Court granted an injunction against the continuation of the protest, and ordered the occupants to leave by 9pm on 27th August. But protesters defied the order and remained in place until 15 days after the deadline, when court bailiffs were sent to evict the occupants. Ended on 11th September, the movement remained one of the lengthiest Occupy movements in the world.