How is it ‘not sustainable for people to travel to Wrexham / Gwersyllt / Broughton’ but it seems it was sustainable to build a big housing estate (on green fields) where most will be travelling to Wrexham / Chester / Further afield to work (and can do their shopping on their way home).
Wales in the only country in the UK that does not already require masks to be worn in shops and Wales is the only area of the UK where the R number is below 1 (the virus is under control). Every where else where masks are mandatory the R number is above 1 (out of control).
The question is why are people using the town centre car parks if the town centre isn’t open. They must be gaining some sort of benefit by being parked there, while the town gains no benefit as they are not spending any money in the town. So they should be paying for parking.
Now when the town opens up again, that is the time to remove the parking fees. Why charge someone for the benefit of coming into town to spend their money in the town centre shops and businesses. They should be encouraged to do this, not given a reason to go somewhere else.
Constantly allowing houses to be built on greenfield sites and sites prone to flooding when there is shedloads of brownfield sites in the Acre Fair / Cefn Mawr / Old Ruabon brick works areas. I’m sure plenty of other brownfield sites around Wrexham as well.
Lets get all these brown field sites used up first.
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