Petition Closed
Petitioning Council Leader Paul Yallop and 10 others
1 response
This petition will be delivered to:
Council Leader
Paul Yallop
Central Ward Councillor
David Chapman
Central Ward Councillor
Clive Roberts
Central Ward Councillor
Vino Vinojan
Central Ward Councillor
Michael Donin
Central Ward Councillor
Charles James
Democratic Services
Worthing Borough Council
WSCC County Councillor (Pier)
James Doyle
See response
WSCC County Councillor (West)
John Livermore
WSCC Democratic Services Manager
Debbie Allman
Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport
Pieter Montyn

Worthing Borough /West Sussex County Council: Do not to renew the NCP/NSL parking contracts

1,172
Supporters

The current expensive parking is crippling our town and a renewal of the contracts with NSL and NCP will continue this problem well into the future. An alternative must be found. A full public consultation on any renewal should be held and community lead or Big Society alternatives considered. On a County level there must be true parking price equality from Chichester through to Brighton both on street (CPZ) and multi-storey.


Letter to
Council Leader Paul Yallop
Central Ward Councillor David Chapman
Central Ward Councillor Clive Roberts
and 8 others
Central Ward Councillor Vino Vinojan
Central Ward Councillor Michael Donin
Central Ward Councillor Charles James
Democratic Services Worthing Borough Council
WSCC County Councillor (Pier) James Doyle
WSCC County Councillor (West) John Livermore
WSCC Democratic Services Manager Debbie Allman
Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport Pieter Montyn
Do not renew the NCP/NSL parking contracts!

The current expensive parking is crippling our town and a renewal of the contracts with NSL and NCP will continue this problem well into the future. An alternative must be found. A full public consultation on any renewal should be held and community lead or Big Society alternatives considered.

Parking prices from Chichester to Brighton should be equal, and any surplus generated should be kept within the local authority area.

Please watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zkAH2Enpmyc