Stop the Council introducing Paid Parking at Hangleton Parks

Brighton & Hove City Council wants to introduce paid parking at 3 Hangleton Parks.

 

This includes:

 

  • Hangleton Park - 7 spaces
  • Greenleas Park – 8 spaces
  • Dyke Railway Trail Car Park (Hangleton Way) – 5 spaces

 

The proposals are included in the Council’s Draft Budget for 2023-4.

 

This should not be allowed as these parks provide amenity to residents in the area.

 

A vote will be held at the City Budget meeting in February.

 

Cllr Barnett, Cllr Lewry and Tim Hodges are calling on the Council to scrap the measures, which will raise little money but inconvenience many residents. 

 

They are calling on all Councillors to vote against the measures at the City Budget meeting in February.

 

Information about this petition

This petition about stopping the Council introducing paid parking at 3 Hangleton Parks will run until Thursday 2 February 2023, at which point it will be presented to the Full Council meeting. Your petition signature will be retained until a decision is made by Brighton & Hove City Council on whether to introduce paid parking at 3 Hangleton Parks.

Petition to Stop the Council introducing Paid Parking at Hangleton Parks

I agree that all Councillors should vote against the proposal to introduce paid parking at Hangleton Park, Greenleas Park and Dyke Railway Trail Car Park at the City Budget meeting in February.

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