REF: fro 792
Winsford Area High ways Office Phoenix House
Tel: 0300 123 7036
CWAC think about this, a long standing family run business (very few around these day) there has been no issues for years, why now ! Shouldnt we be working with Bristish business' not against them!
Too many businesses are failing with the economy, don't let this company down by taking away it's way of business. Aren't you suppose to be helping and supporting businesses not making things harder. I appreciate traffic gets very busy there, but double yellow lines its far too drastic.
this place needs to stay open, lives depend on it and it's an asset to the local area
rachel Mellor1 year ago Comments: double yellow lines at the point will not ease the traffic flow. there are residents who also park their vehicles on this road! leave well, alone..."Greedy Council"
Tim Ashcroft1 year ago Comments: There is only congestion there when the school opens and closes. Yellow lines wont stop it BUT it might destroy this business. Please use some common sense not a beaurocratic approach
mike harvey1 year ago Comments: -
- Has any real thought gone in to the consequences of putting lines down outside Foodcraft. This town has very little in it, now the powers that be, seem hell bent on disrupting the customer flow, to the best chip shop in Winsford, which WILL have a massive knock on effect, that could potentially force the business to close. How are disabled people expected to get there ?? Park on the multi storey car park, then have to trek a fair distance to get their fish supper. By the time they get back to their vehicle, their meal will be virtually cold !! Have a word, it's not rocket science. Most of the shops customers, are people who drive past, and pull in. NO TO THE LINES !!
- What is the point of destroying something that has become an institution it is part of wins ford and
- keep the best chippy in town open, make more parking available.how can we help small business when you make it inposible for them to do business make more parking available