Read QPARA’s response to Brent’s Parking Consultation


QPARA responded to Brent’s recent consultation on on-street parking and charges following a discussion between members at our May meeting. You can  read the letter we sent to Brent here: Parking consultation QPARA response May 2016

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  1. Posted May 24, 2016 at 8:56 pm | Permalink

    I really do object to the Visitors permit being withdrawn. My daughter lives in Northern Ireland and she comes to visit with the children via a ferry. I need the visitors permits. It would cost me, an OAP a fortune if I had to pay for my families parking for a fortnight a couple times a year, plus my son has four children. Are we going to be priced out of seeing out families? I have lived in Kempe Road for 61 years now and I think it is dreadful.

    • Michelle Newman
      Posted June 4, 2016 at 5:42 am | Permalink

      I totally agree with Pauline Searle. My daughter lives in St Albans and has 2 very young children with pushchairs, etc…, which makes it very difficult for her to come and visit us by public transport and we want to see them regularly. It would also cost us a fortune as an OAP too if we had to pay for her parking over the year. I think withdrawing the visitors permit is a total infringement of my rights as a resident!