A local authority had failed to carry out a proper and fair consultation following the making of an experimental traffic order to ease traffic in two residential squares because it had excluded one of several options from general consideration. The local authority had also created a legitimate expectation that the residents of the squares would be consulted on all the options.

[2005] EWHC 16 (Admin)

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