Chief Officer for Highways, Infrastructure Development and Waste - D Whitton
|Summary of Matter or Issue Requiring Decision:|
To appeal against the decision of his Honour Judge Cotter QC on a 2014 traffic regulation order (TRO) in the Devon town of Totnes.
As the case progresses, the risks and benefits will be kept under review.
|Summary of Reason(s) for Decision Taken:|
His honour Judge Cotter heard an application by Sustainable Totnes Action Group to quash the decision of the South Hams HATOC on the implementation of a TRO.
Judge Cotter’s decision was to quash the TRO.
Based on legal advice, there are three compelling reasons why the appeal should be heard:
The points upon which the appeal is made are of general interest to all TROs across the country.
The decision was made following consultation with appropriate persons.
|Summary of Alternatives or Options considered and rejected:|
The alternative not to appeal was rejected:
|Details of any conflict of interest and dispensation granted to the Officer taking the decision or by any Member of the Council in delegating responsibility for any specific express delegation:|
|Contact for enquiries/further information:||David Whitton|
|Decision Date:||6 May 2015|
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