TfL applies to have judicial review judgement reversed

It has been revealed in The Ham and High that Transport for London are appealling against the High Court's decision to block the CS11 cycle superhighway.

An appeal application was lodged with the court on 11th October, with both Westminster and Camden Councils being informed.

CS11 was blocked by presiding judge Sir Ross Cranston with the denial of an appeal through the High Court. TfL, however, believed that it could still apply to the Court of Appeal as the judges ruling procedural and subsequently lodged an application.

It is believed that TfL have stated in their applucation that the ruling undermines the Mayors ability to secure transport facilities in London.

The court of appeal now has to decide as to whether or not to grant TfL leave to appeal.

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