New pay and display for Wanstead starts

 

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A new wave of pay and display parking is starting its introduction today before being rolled out across Snaresbrook, Wanstead and Aldersbrook.

Rodney Road, on the northerly edge of the wards, is one of the first to have the new regulations, and signs have now been installed there. They will follow for the rest of the Nightingale Estate before work starts later this week on the Counties and all rounds surrounding the High Street. It means that all cars will have to have a new parking sticker each day – it’s thought a system of residents’ parking permits which had been planned has been held up due to a software error.

Any residents who have not arranged for stickers before noon today are advised that a grace period has been arranged, and that if they add their names to the comments field below, their cars should not be towed away.

 

9 Comments on "New pay and display for Wanstead starts"


  1. It was the words ‘grace period’, in a piece about parking, that made me think it was suss!


  2. STICKERS . Where does one get these daily stickers from as Residents and how come we are not aware of this 100 Yards downstream !i PRESUME IT WONT EFFECT US YET .TELL ME HOW DO YOU EXPECT US TO STAY IN BUSINESS AND KEEP PAYING YOUR EXORBIDANT BUSINESS RATES AMAZING REDBRIDGE ONCE AGAIN PROMOTING COMMUNITY SPIRIT AND DRIVING PEOPLE TO THE WALL . WHO IS GOING TO PAY YOUR RATES WHEN YOU BANKRUPT ALL US SMALL BUSINESS PEOPLE AS NOBODY CAN PARK AND USE OUR FACILITIES. WHATS HAPPENING COLIN CRONIN WHEN IS COMMON SENSE GOING TO KICK IN !!!!!


  3. Lol; perhaps a little too close to the nonsense we have come to expect on parking though.


  4. Nice one Giles .You got me Ha Ha .
    Sadly you may be nearer the truth than you realise

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