One hour free parking limit plan

PUBLISHED: 14:34 13 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:42 11 May 2010

A LIMIT of one hour is set to be imposed on all time-restricted free parking areas in Buntingford. At present some areas of the town allow drivers to park for one hour, while others have a maximum limit of two hours. Buntingford Town Council discussed pr

A LIMIT of one hour is set to be imposed on all time-restricted free parking areas in Buntingford.

At present some areas of the town allow drivers to park for one hour, while others have a maximum limit of two hours.

Buntingford Town Council discussed proposals to unify this at its full ­council meeting.

Cllr Stan Bull said: "This is a very good suggestion which will mean members of the public know how long they can park wherever they are in the town.

"At the moment parking in ­Buntingford can be frustrating,

"Perhaps this well help the survival of more retails shops."

Meanwhile, long-awaited repairs to Buntingford High Street are set to take place this month.

Mayor of Buntingford, Cllr John Noades, told the meeting that he had been informed by Hertfordshire ­Highways that the repairs would begin in the next few weeks.

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