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Restructure Paxton Drive Parking Restrictions

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New parking restrictions around Paxton Drive BS3 2BN, have limited parking to ONE resident bay per household with ONLY an additional SEVEN visitor parking bays.

We propose parking restrictions be restructured so that parking is possible on sensible road areas, this will obviously exclude areas directly outside of building entrances for emergency purposes clearly highlighted with floor markings.

It is unacceptable for residents to be expected to park near Ashton Gate stadium and then walk across a poorly lit park. In this day and age one can only imagine the worse, regardless of age or sex.

With the amount of money residents pay to Remus we feel that this purposed restructure to be acceptable and achievable.

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  • chris poor
    chris poor New Zealand, Hamilton
    Jan 20, 2014
    Jan 20, 2014
    The recent parking restrictions have absolutely nothing to do with the availability of parking spaces.
    If I recall correctly when we bought the apartment it was on the understanding that we also bought only ONE parking space, so why all the belly aching, if you know what you are letting yourself into what is the problem,just get on with life
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  • tom
    tom United Kingdom, Bristol
    Jan 02, 2014
    Jan 02, 2014
    Couldnt agree more.
  • Peter Lapham
    Peter Lapham United Kingdom, Bristol
    Dec 09, 2013
    Dec 09, 2013
    To ask residents to walk across a poorly lit park is dangerous and just asking for trouble. In this day and age no-one is safe regardless of age or sex.
  • Marie Jones
    Marie Jones United Kingdom, Derby
    Dec 05, 2013
    Dec 05, 2013
    I agree, the parking situation is ridiculous. However there are more than 7 visitors spaces... there are unmarked (although very small bays) outside blocks further into the development. That visitors could use, if people would park with more care. Still this isn't enough, but then the lease does state you shouldn't have more than one car… I'm not convinced about this suggestion, although it is a positive step in the right direction. I think adding road markings will look ugly and messy on an already busy site. Could we covert some of the unused grass areas into parking spaces?
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