"I think that if we get to the point of fighting in courts then we haven't done things the best way possible. It's not always avoidable and we remain prepared to do it, but it's equally important to get to the point where we don't have to fight in the first place. The way we can avoid the fight is to use our wealth of experience and knowledge to find ways to work with authorities to make sure lanes can be available to and enjoyed by all users."
"It's not just a financial issue. It's a moral issue. All parties should be seeking to protect the public interest. And the public interest doesn't lie in having battle in courts, especially when there is a better outcome to be had by other means. A typical case costs, 15 to 20 thousand pounds, the higher up the courts we go the figure escalates."