Remove the planters from Reepham Market Place

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anna mckellar
Sep 16, 2020
When did queuing in car park become a safe measure?

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Sara Cubitt
Sep 16, 2020
Unsightly parking hazards in spots where no people have actually queued in the last 6 months. We need the parking, we are capable of queuing safely, and the lack of consultation with local businesses is an insult.

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Daniel RASHID
Sep 14, 2020
They're awful & unnecessary; consultation process was inadequate

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Alison Dawes
Sep 10, 2020
To save and support the small businesses in Reepham.

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Michael Crawley
Sep 8, 2020
They're ridiculous. A waste of money, and nothing but a nuisance - unsightly and a trip hazard, and a total waste of parking space

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Sandra Williams
Sep 8, 2020
There are few enough parking spaces around Reepham now, there is absolutely no need for these “coffins” which add nothing to the market square, rather they detract if anything.

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Diane Pearce
Sep 8, 2020
We need car park spaces for our shops in Reepham.

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Steve Kennedy
Sep 8, 2020
They are ridiculous, not needed and a waste of money, they take up parking spaces, and we managed VERY well before these arrived

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David Cockburn
Sep 8, 2020
There has always been a need for MORE parking in Reepham, NOT less. The Town Council have acted without any consultation and the loss of parking will have caused a significant loss to local businesses. I am not even going to try and come to Reepham until they are COMPLETELY removed.

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Josephine Mann
Sep 7, 2020
Ugly useless waste of space and money
Everyone managed perfectLy safely during lockdown why try to mend what’s not broken