The total costs for the ULEZ challenge to the coalition of five local authorities (the London boroughs of Hillingdon, Bexley, Bromley and Harrow, plus Surrey County Council) were £730,941.
This comprises disbursements incurred by Hillingdon Council, which led the legal challenge, of £230,941, plus legal costs to TfL (payable by all) of £500,000.
The four London boroughs (Hillingdon, Bexley, Bromley Harrow) will each pay £147,853.20.
Councillor Colin Smith, Leader of Bromley Council commented, “At a cost of a £1 to every home in the Borough once, in an effort to save tens of thousands of residents and business being taxed an additional £3k a year on an ongoing basis, the Council continues to regard the associated costs as a sound and balanced risk for Bromley residents as whole, and as such, stands foursquare behind its decision to join the Rebel Coalition of like-minded Boroughs on that basis.”
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