Aberdeen bypass could still go ahead
Supreme Court told campaign group doesn’t want to quash entire bypass
THE legal team for a road campaign group told the Supreme Court in London that they didn’t want to quash the entire Aberdeen bypass project.
The QC acting for Road Sense chairman William Walton said he wasn’t looking for the “nuclear option” of blocking the whole scheme.
It came after a two-day hearing at the Supreme Court to determine whether work on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route can begin.
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