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Secondary stories: Issue 462 15 Feb 2007

Brighton admits city's CO2-based parking permit plan is a tax

Labour councillors in Brighton & Hove are considering proposals for using an emissions-based residents' parking permit scheme to fund transport projects in the city, a move that could conflict with rules that prohibit councils making revenue raising a primary objective of permit schemes.

Deputy council leader and chair of the environment committee, Gill Mitchell, told LTT that the local Labour Party was considering what she described as an "environmental tax" for inclusion in its...

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