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Reinvention of high street ‘far from complete’ as footfall declines


It is so expensive to park in towns that people are deserting high streets and going where they can park easily and for nothing. As your other article in this issue shows, if parking meters are "broken", footfall increases. How about looking at limited free parking - free for two hours perhaps. Then you would see more people visiting and enjoying an urban renewal.

Posted date

21 July 2015

Posted time

10:54 am