Lawyers Tell York Council Lendal Bridge and Coppergate Fines Are Lawful
1:52pm 4th April 2014
(Updated 3:22pm 4th April 2014)
“We’re obviously pleased that the legal advice the council has received supports the advice we have previously received in relation to traffic restrictions on Lendal Bridge and in Coppergate”.
the decision was wrongly made because of an error by the Tribunal's administrative staff; or
a party failed to appear at a hearing for a good and sufficient reason; or
new evidence has come to light, the existence of which could not have been anticipated at the time of the original decision; or
the interests of justice require a review, which might apply if the Adjudicator wrongly interpreted or applied the law.
The organisation says such appeals are "rare", if the council wins it's appeal for a review the case will be heard by a second adjudicator. If this fails the case would then go to the High Court for a judicial review.
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