Leeds Trolleybus Public Enquiry
Thursday 9th October 2014
The links to recordings of all the sessions from the day are included here.
Again I have got a little more behind with things and am now considering that it may be the end of the enquiry before I will be able to 'back blog' the gaps that have crept into this day by day diary of the proceedings. However, since we do not expect there to even be the Inspector's report by the time of the General Election, it will remain a live political issue for some time to come and so it will be worth the trouble of going back and filling in the gaps. Apologies to my readers that I am presently unable to give you updates in as near to real time as I have done for the earlier parts of the enquiry, but the audio recordings are the prime concern at present and these blogs are really just tasters to get you to listen to them, so I hope you will, regardless of when I am able to post a considered commentary.
In the first morning session of Day 60 of the Leeds Trolleybus Public Enquiry, Thursday 9th Oct 2014, retired town planner Mr Tony Ray gives the Heritage case against the NGT scheme on behalf of the North West Leeds Transport Forum.
In the late morning session of Day 60 of the Leeds Trolleybus Public Enquiry, Thursday 9th Oct 2014, Mrs Helen Pickering gives the Heritage case against the NGT scheme on behalf of the Drummond and Churchwoods Residents’ Association.
In the afternoon session of Day 60 of the Leeds Trolleybus Public Enquiry, Thursday 9th Oct 2014, Mrs Helen Pickering completes the Heritage case of the Drummonds and Churchwoods Residents’ Association against the trolleybus scheme and is then cross examined by Mr Walton for the Applicant NGT and then by both Inspectors.