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Labour pushing through ‘catastrophic’ parking charges which could ‘destroy’ town centre

Labour pushing through ‘catastrophic’ parking charges which could ‘destroy’ town centre The council is run by Labour who control 30 seats from the Consertauve’s 23 seats. Wirral’s Environment and Transport Committee voted to bring in a new parking charge across more off-street bays last month.  This would standardise fees across every council-run car park in the Wirral. The new rules ...

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Department for Transport trialling ‘more sustainable’ zero emission road freight with HGVs

Department for Transport trialling ‘more sustainable’ zero emission road freight with HGVs Rob Lawton, Project Manager at Leyland Trucks, welcomed the partnership between his company and the Department for Transport. He said: “We’re delighted to have been selected to play such a key role in the initiative and we’re proud to be leading the drive towards a cleaner, more sustainable ...

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Britons travelling to green list countries may be ‘left unawares’ by unique driving rules

Britons travelling to green list countries may be ‘left unawares’ by unique driving rules Keith Hawes, Director of Nationwide Vehicle Contracts said drivers should not be “unprepared” when travelling abroad. He said: “Things are slowly but surely returning to something approaching, if not normality, then a world that’s more familiar. “This means, for those wishing to go to specific places, ...

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Motability to hold accessibility workshop for electric vehicle charging project

Motability to hold accessibility workshop for electric vehicle charging project Accessibility Minister Chris Heaton-Harris praised the steps being taken to make public transport more accessible. He said: “Disabled passengers should be empowered to use all forms of transport with the same confidence as everyone else – whether by taxi, train, bus or ferry.  “Today’s measures will have a positive, real-life ...

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‘Totally unfair’: Caravan owners being forced out of site after contract changes

‘Totally unfair’: Caravan owners being forced out of site after contract changes The residents of the Kingfisher Caravan Park in Ingoldmells claim that in October 2019 the council informed people on the site of changes to contracts. This meant that there could be no caravans that were more than 15-years-old on the premises. The most recent attempt at mediation between ...

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