The High Ham footpath saga is set to rear its head again as a campaigner applies for a judicial review. See this article in the Western Gazette.
Re: The Bowers Story Case II
We now begin a New Year; I wish you all a Happy, Healthy, and Successful 2016,
As you know I made a visit to the Royal Courts of Justice 22nd. December and issued an application for Judicial Review regarding the decision made by Inspector Peter Millman at the Public Inquiry in September. [ It was a painful and agonising event, I stood in a queue for four and a half hours, they are not very helpful). The application has been sealed and filed by the Court. I have served notice upon DEFRA (via. Treasury Solicitor) and Central Bedfordshire Council. I have also sent Certificates of Service to the Administrative Court. I have made a request under the Freedom of Information Act. for copies of notes made by Mr. Millman (Inspector) at the Inquiry. I shall then compare the evidence and notes made by Mr, Millman with the recordings and film made of the two day Inquiry. I am still writing and E.mailing various government departments but they are reluctant to respond.
Intrusive Footpaths campaigns for change, trying to encourage as many people to the cause as possible. The greater our support, the louder the message!