Peter Mason, Co-ordinator of CATMAG, presents the Judicial Review claim form for LTN21 at the Ealing Council Office
Judicial Review for LTN21
On 3 October Lorna O’Driscoll of the Ealing Residents Against Low Traffic Neighbourhoods posted the following announcement on their Facebook page:
“On Tuesday 29th September we filed an application for a Judicial Review in the High Court against 4 of Ealing Council’s LTN Orders. We believe the Council has acted illegally and the procedure they have and continue to follow is unfair. The Council now have approximately 3 weeks to respond to us. We hope the Council, having admitted it did not follow the correct procedure, reconsiders its position and rather than waste public money fighting residents, reverses the LTNs and engages in a democratic discussion about what the Ealing public want.”
One of the Orders which is the subject of the Judicial Review claim is the Ealing (West Ealing LTN) (No. 1) Experimental Traffic Order 2020, which creates LTN21.
This application has been submitted in the name of Peter Mason, the CAMTAG Co-ordinator, and Tracy Scott, representing Ealing Residents Against Low Traffic Neighbourhoods.
We will keep our website updated with the progress of this action.
New Petition: Remove guidance and funding for temporary traffic measures that cause congestion
There is a new UK Parliament and Government petition available to sign and the link below provides further information. We believe a number of you may agree with the narrative and will consider signing it.
It requires 10,000 signatures for the Government to respond to the petition and 100,000 for it to be considered for parliamentary debate. The former has now been achieved.