Judges expected to give bypass the green light
After more than 60 years on the drawing board, a lengthy public inquiry, three court appeals and £115million of taxpayers’ money – the Aberdeen bypass should finally get the go-ahead today.
Business leaders and politicians hope five judges at the UK’s Supreme Court will this morning dismiss William Walton’s legal challenge against the £400million project.
That will clear the way for the Scottish Government to put the huge contract out to tender.
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