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CS11 blocked: Judge refuses TfL chance to appeal judicial review decision in high court

PUBLISHED: 14:33 21 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:33 21 September 2018

An artist's impression of CS11 at Swiss Cottage. Picture: TfL

An artist's impression of CS11 at Swiss Cottage. Picture: TfL

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High Court judge Sir Ross Cranston, who last week blocked Transport for London’s (TfL) plans to begin building the CS11 cycle superhighway in Swiss Cottage, has denied TfL permission to appeal his judicial review ruling.

The judge has also ordered TfL pay Westminster Council’s legal fees. They must agree a figure or pay £50,000 within 14 days of the order, which was made today.

Campaigner Jessica Learmond-Criqui, who was a named party in the judicial review proceedings, told the Ham&High: “Have TfL learned nothing – rather than reading and absorbing the comprehensive defeat from last week, reviewing their processes and learning from the judge’s criticisms, TfL just went for an appeal. How clear does the judge have to be about his decision?”

A TfL spokesperson called the judge’s decision “procedural”. They said: “We can still apply to appeal at the Court of Appeal, and we remain in discussions with Westminster regarding payment of legal fees.”

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