Agenda item - Parking Permit Review

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Agenda item

Parking Permit Review

Report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture

Decision:

1)            That the Committee agrees the “No change” proposals outlined in Appendix A.

 

2)            That the Committee notes the links to the 2020/21 fees and charges proposals in Appendix B which are being presented for approval in a separate report at this same meeting.

 

3)            That the Committee notes the working proposals in Appendix B to be presented fully at the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee in Jan 2021. This will link to any fees and charges proposals for 2021/22.

Minutes:

63.1      The Committee considered a report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture that advised the committee on the progress of the parking permit review and sought approval for changes to the operation of various parking permits throughout the city.

 

63.2      Councillor Wares questioned the value of a consultation process where only council officers were involved and expressed his view that it should have been wider. Councillor Wares stated his objection to the proposal to double the cost of Doctor’s permits as they performed a life changing and lifesaving service in the city. Councillor Wares stated that the report recommendations were closely linked to the Fees & Charges report and therefore, he could not support the proposals.

 

63.3      RESOLVED-

 

1)            That the Committee agrees the “No change” proposals outlined in Appendix A.

 

2)            That the Committee notes the links to the 2020/21 fees and charges proposals in Appendix B which are being presented for approval in a separate report at this same meeting.

 

3)            That the Committee notes the working proposals in Appendix B to be presented fully at the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee in Jan 2021. This will link to any fees and charges proposals for 2021/22.

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