Mei Foo Sun Chuen residents have vowed to take the Government to court following the decision to build a West Rail station on the housing estate's parkland. Residents said they would apply for a judicial review of the decision and were considering hiring a lawyer. The residents have agreed they will try to restrict the use of the estate's private roads, to prevent lorries blocking traffic during construction, which is due to start by the end of the year. The Executive Council approved the $64 billion project last Tuesday. Part of the parkland will have to give way to the station, which will serve as an interchange for Mei Foo MTR station. 'I have lost all my faith in the Government. I feel that Mei Foo residents have done all we could for the Government, but our tolerance was met with such an outcome,' said Tse Ng Wai-fong, a member of Mei Foo Residents' Concern Committee on West Rail. 'This is not only a question of scenery and environment. We believe there's a better alternative.' The committee has been arguing that the station could be built on the east of the estate next to a Kowloon Motor Bus depot. 'I have talked to other specialists, including those in the civil service about the suggestion, and they said it's plausible,' said Pun Che-leung, a Mei Foo resident who is a government town planner. Mr Pun believed the proposed alternative site would also help further development of Cheung Sha Wan.