Problems parking on your street?

If you live near the Northern General, look out for questionnaires from the Council on 18th and 19th December.

They will be coming through your door asking for your views on parking problems on your street.

In response to requests the Council wants to see if you think a permit parking scheme could be the answer to parking problems caused by hospital traffic. The simple questionnaire is accompanied by a leaflet which explains how a possible scheme could work.

Nothing will be decided until your replies are received and each reply will be taken into account when deciding what to do next. It is very important that you take a few minutes to fill in this questionnaire and send it back by 31st January.

Once the Council has all the replies, it will take a couple of months to look at the demand for a scheme and where it might be best introduced. More consultation will follow giving everyone the chance to influence or object to any proposals as they progress.

If you would like to speak to someone about the questionnaire contact Mark Higginbotham 0114 273 5031.

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