Court of Appeal (Civil Division) - average waiting times for PTA and substantive appeals

Robert Thomas made this Freedom of Information request to Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service

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Dear Her Majesty’s Courts and the Tribunals Service,

Please could you supply the following information? Thanks.

(1) the average waiting times in the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) from the filing of an appeal to a permission to appeal decision for each year since 2005.

(2) the average waiting times in the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) from the filing of an appeal to the issuing of a judgment for each year since 2005.

If possible, please could the above information be broken down into the types/categories of cases received by the court.

(3) the number of public law cases that have been expedited each year since 2005 and the average amount of time taken in such cases.

Thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Robert Thomas

London RSU Kilo,

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