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Daytime parking in the roads near to the QE II Hospital is becoming a serious problem for residents in this area. Although there is ample free parking in the King George V Recreation ground this is rarely used. Maybe the signage for this facility is poor or people cannot be bothered to walk an extra 50 yards or so to the Hospital. Either way the quality of street parking is so bad that there are numerous contraventions of the highway code and often not enough access left for the emergency services. I would be interested to hear from anyone supporting a residents only parking scheme in this area.   
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« binaire opties zwendel Reply #1 on: March 24, 2006, 09:10:50 PM »
I think people don't use the G 1V carpark because its isolated and you run the risk of having your car broken into. Parking on the road is safer.
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I have to agree with the previous comments regarding the parking around the QE11. I just can't understand why the highways department allows cars to park so close the the Junction of Beehive Lane and Howlands.I thought that you can't park within 15yds of a Junction. Has anyone tried to drive along Howlands past the parked cars at this road Junction. Simple solution double Yellow line these junctions. Durkins the construction company needs to get it's act together and install a wheel wash for the construction Traffic leaving their site.WHDC needs to enforce this rule and make sure that Durkin reinstate the damaged verges adjacent to the site entrance.

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« binary options opinie Reply #3 on: April 06, 2006, 09:41:50 AM »
Parking won't be a problem in a few years time as there will be no hospital and nice new housing estate where it once stood.  Hospitals should think about providing a dedicatated bus that tours the stops a couple of times a day picking up fare paying patients and visitors and only allowing disembarkation at the Hospital reception (a bit like a do it yourself patient transport service).  Although I would suspect that most of the cars around the area are from Hospital Staff.

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Although I would suspect that most of the cars around the area are from Hospital Staff.
well lets just hope that when they build that nice new hospital they might just plan to think that it might need staff and that they may need to drive in, other wise you end up with another QEII road problem, but just down the road in Hatfield.

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« binaire opties beleggen Reply #5 on: April 15, 2006, 11:52:17 AM »
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I live in Mountway. I start work early in the morning and return home around lunchtime. It is damn near impossible to park on my return due to people dodging the Hospital carpark. binaire opties traden

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« binary options ichimoku Reply #7 on: April 17, 2006, 07:16:57 PM »
Parking around the QEII today (Bank Holiday Monday) is virtualy non existant, which in my opinion is due to the 9-5 pen pushers at the hospital not working. winst maken met binaire opties

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« binaire opties abn Reply #10 on: April 20, 2006, 11:49:35 PM »
The only problem with a residents scheme is that councils then charge residents for the privilage of parking where they live and any problem in the area that it solves is only shifted to the outlying areas not covered by the scheme.

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« clash royale cheats Reply #12 on: April 23, 2006, 10:48:34 AM »
The question is though how much would you be prepared to pay in extra revenue to the council - bearing in mind that its not just painting a few lines in the road and putting up parking notices, they would have to pay for enforcement (which I agree would make the scheme to some extent self funding in time) . http://ebru.tv/?pp=zulu-binary-options zulu binary options

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« casinos with slots machines in california Reply #13 on: April 23, 2006, 01:15:13 PM »
The question is though how much would you be prepared to pay in extra revenue to the council - bearing in mind that its not just painting a few lines in the road and putting up parking notices, they would have to pay for enforcement (which I agree would make the scheme to some extent self funding in time) . forex binary options australia

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« http://vmr.nu/ clash royale hack ios Reply #14 on: April 24, 2006, 06:05:40 PM »
And there is the flaw in such a scheme-Council Greed >:(

 
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