The Guildhall car park is under used and is often almost empty. It divides easily into two areas, maybe the first step could be opening up half of it to the public daily. Have the Council calculated the potential income from such a proposal?
Are you talking about the old Cambrian Yard, off St Giles Way? That is in the ownership of the Council but they are looking for someone to develop it. It would make a good temporary coach park but would require some money spending on it. It also doesn’t provide any facilities for the drivers.
The £76,000 quoted by the Council for the Electronic Parking signage is probably the money spent by the Council since they have been erected. All costs of the initial installation being covered by Taith.
Councillors do not have to take this pay rise , they can choose on an individual basis to accept or refuse it. Their choice will be reflected in the published table of allowances claimed on the Council website, next year.
Do the Council really want the public to fill in their online survey? All the questions gathering personal data at the beginning will deter many. Without filling in that part you are prevented from progressing further, surely one or two bits of information would be enough.
Part of the problem , especially in Westminister, is the proliferation of bars providing taxpayer subsidised alcohol. Time for all the bars in Westminister serving the Commons and Lords to be shut. Drinking in the workplace is not acceptable.
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