|Source:||All England Reporter|
|Publisher Citation:|| All ER (D) 494 (Jul)|
Maurice Kay J
|Representation||Roger Henderson QC, Charles Mynor and Marina Wheeler (instructed by Colin Wilson) for the claimant.|
|Charles George QC, James Pereira and Alex Booth (instructed by DLA) for the defendant and Transport for London, interested party.|
|Roger Henderson QC and Wendy Outhwaite (instructed by Alun Phillips) for interested party.|
|Judgment Dates:||31 July 2002|
Local authority - Powers - Congestion charging scheme - Defendant confirming order implementing congestion charging scheme - Claimant authority objecting to scheme - Claimant contending defendant erring in not conducting independent inquiry or environmental impact assessment - Claimant relying on provisions of EC and Convention law - Whether claimant having standing to rely on EC and Convention law - Council Directive (EEC) 85/337 - European Convention on Human Rights, art 34 - s 7 - Town and Country Planning (Environmental Assessment) Regulations 1999.