Laura Laker August 29 2016
Campaigners concerned a cycling scheme would increase congestion and harm businesses have had their case dismissed and ordered to pay court fees
A judicial review by campaigners to stop a “Mini Holland” project going ahead in North London has been rejected.
The group, called Save Our Green Lanes, said the Cycle Enfield scheme, which will see private cars diverted from Enfield’s high street and cycle lanes installed in Palmers Green and Enfield Town, would worsen air pollution and have little or a negative effect on business.
However, the High Court dismissed the case earlier this month and ordered SOGL to pay the council’s costs.