Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Mogden Litigation goes to the High Court

The Mogden Residents' Litigation against Thames Water is finally being heard at the Royal Courts of Justice in Central London, in a case which has been scheduled to take place over several weeks.

It would be inappropriate for me to comment on the court proceedings on this blog whilst the case is still live, but we are hopeful that local residents will emerge vindicated.

Pictured right are Liberal Democrat councillor and Prospective Parliamentary Candidate Andrew Dakers, who has publicly called upon Thames to cover the storm tanks which are responsible for most of the odour generated by the plant, and ICG councillor for Isleworth ward Paul Fisher, who gave evidence to the court last week along with Councillor Shirley Fisher, who represents the neighbouring Syon ward.

1 comment:

No-one messes with Mary ! said...

Stop the trial, de-frock all the lawyers, our suffering is over !
Apparently Ms Macleod has given Mogden a jolly good talking to, so that should be the end of it.

An out-of-town Tory bailing out the local Tories - O the irony !