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Half of Lincolnshire parking tickets issued in Lincoln in December

Parking fines galore: More than half of the total number of parking tickets issued in Lincolnshire in December was handed out in Lincoln.

Headington Headlines #93

Here's my weekly round-up of local news for 31 December 2012 - 6 January 2013. The City Council's Sites & Housing Plan, which specifies what kind o...

Shed pounds with ease! (Park at Snaresbrook)

From Monday, 5 January, the price of parking at Snaresbrook and Wanstead station car parks is going up again, to £6 and £5 respectively, rising fro...

‘PayByPhone’ and park for free in Lambeth on 21 and 22 December

Lambeth council has announced that shoppers looking for last-minute Christmas presents are being offered free parking in Lambeth on 21 and 22 Decem...

Parking charges plan for Knowle

SHOPPERS will be charged to park for more than three hours in Knowle under plans from council bosses. Click the headline or link below to read the ...

All quiet at the moment here

Apologies for the very thin posting here. There are a number of boring reasons for this, not least a change in the kind of work I do leaving me wit...

Tenbury News Round Up.

The reports of my demise are somewhat overstated but those of you who know me in real life will know I am somewhat busy elsewhere, but I did manage...

Adjudicator criticises #QuackCWaC Council

A CHRONICLE reader has won his appeal against being fined for dropping a passenger off in a city centre street.Adjudicator Stephen Knapp, who has d...

Sunday parking @ Horsefair

This should be simple to resolve even though it hasn’t been previously! The provision of signage to explain that tickets are not required on ...

North Finchley business breakfast

On Tuesday, we held what may become known as ‘The Inaugural Finchley Business Breakfast’ at Cafe Buzz on the High Road. There was a mod...

North Finchley local business breakfast meeting

Cafe Buzz is holding an informal business breakfast for local traders next Tuesday. In case you’re interested, there’s also a LinkedIn ...

Residents unanimous over revised Hempton Lane waiting restrictions

An end seems to be finally in sight to the vacillation over proposed changes to waiting restrictions in Hempton Road. South Gloucestershire Council...

Pay by Phone Parking in Tenbury

Malvern Hills District Council is introducing cashless and ticketless parking from April 2nd across all of their public car parks, including the on...

Villagers told to get some “perspective” as Brentwood Councillor responds to residents’ concerns over paid parking

Brentwood Borough Council has replied to residents who voiced their concerns over possible car parking charges in the village and has claimed they ...

Wheel clamping – the results are in

You’re a surprising place, Radlett. Over 60 of you have completed our wheel clamping survey so far (click through and complete it yourself if...

Parking – the live rail of local politics

I’ve fought the temptation to write too much here about the issue of Parking – mainly because it is one of those issues that seems to p...

Tenement dwellers offered help with bike parking

Following some excellent research by SPOKES, that showed that problems with bike storage in tenements is a significant barrier that stops more peop...

Brighton and Hove parking wardens to wear cameras

Parking wardens in Brighton and Hove are to test body-worn video cameras. The trial is aimed at trying to reduce the number of assaults on parking ...

North Finchley Business Forum – detailed research

Last week, I posted a write-up of the North Finchley Business Forum meeting at the Arts Depot. A survey of local businesses was circulated at that ...

Good With Wood?

Over a year ago now an abandoned factory that was previously known as Good With Wood was stripped and cleared out. Located on Bradford Street and q...

Brighton community centre signs up Steve Coogan for marathon

Actor and comedian Steve Coogan is to run the Brighton Marathon to raise money for the Whitehawk Inn. The community centre and learning hub is one ...

North Finchley Business Forum – a few points that came up

Last night, I was at the North Finchley Business Forum meeting, hosted jointly by Barnet Council and a company called North London Business. It was...

Headington Headlines #33

Here is my round-up of local news for the week 3 - 9 October --- The road works to improve pedestrian and cycle provision around Old Road and The S...

Free parking in run-up to Christmas

Motorists will be able to park for free in Stone town centre on two key dates in the run-up to Christmas. The borough council has waived parking ch...

Meeting with the North Finchley Business Forum

On the Finchlinks local business forum LinkedIn page, there’s been a discussion about getting a meeting with the local town centre manager ru...

Parking woes

Council rules allow the blocking of some driveways. The Road Traffic Act prohibits it. Code 27 can be used by a Civil Enforcement Officer (CEO) as ...

Brighton hospital chief calls for park and ride

Hospital chiefs have asked for help to build a park and ride to ease pressure at Brighton and Hove’s main hospital. Duncan Selbie, chief exec...

More parking bays proposed for Carline Rd

Parking changes: Residents around Carline Road could be faced with changes to on-street parking.

Willaston street to get ‘residents only’ parking

A ‘residents only’ parking scheme could introduced to a Willaston street by the end of the year, a councillor revealed. It follows comp...

Brighton hospital boss says £420m funding will be from taxes not PFI

The £420 million project to modernise Brighton and Hove’s biggest and busiest hospital will be funded directly by the government not by priv...

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