Just within the regulations
I WRITE to tell you about the proposed car parking charges that will come into force on April 11 throughout North Somerset.
I WRTIE to tell you about the proposed car parking charges that will come into force on April 11 throughout North Somerset.
I see that the council is clearly just within the regulations regarding advertising these in Grove Park car park. Last year I told the council I was dismayed to see that the notice was placed near to the machine by the toilets in such a manner that a dog could read it. I mentioned this because it was placed close to the ground and not at eye level but ankle level to a human.
I was told it would not happen this year but it seems it has.
When I lived in Bristol and happened to be on a tenants committee we had close working relations with the city council. I and others were told any proposed alteration or changes to parking and other matters had to be advertised via a notice situated close to or on the site in question and also had to be placed in a prominent position so members of the public could read it.
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North Somerset Council seems to be just within those guidelines. Yes, it has displayed the notice on the site in question but I and others cannot read it unless I get on my knees and even then it is difficult as part of the notice is obscured. Come on North Somerset, do the job properly.
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Elmsleigh Road, Weston