Ealing Conservatives Election Pledge on Parking

Say they will reduce all-day visitor parking permits
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A Conservative Council in Ealing would reduce the cost of all-day visitor parking permits, if successful in the local elections later this month, according to three candidates.

Southfield Ward Conservative candidates in the local election, Patrick Barr, Nick Sabin and Janet Young have said they have "taken public feedback onboard" with regard to the visitors parking permit prices in Southfield Ward.

Patrick Barr

They say that the all day visitors parking permit will be reduced to £2.50 if the Conservatives are elected to run Ealing Council on 22nd May.

They say that this will be a £2.00 decrease on the current £4.50 per day. This would apply to all controlled parking zones in Southfield (including zone R until it moves to two hours of operation).

The candidates say that there was a four year freeze when Ealing Conservatives were running the Council. They claim that since the Labour Council was elected in 2010 there has been a sharp increase year on year from £1 in 2010 to £2.50, then £3.50 and now a£4.50 per day.

The local elections will be held on May 22nd.

Here is a link to all the information on Southfield Ward including the candidates.


May 1, 2014