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Enforcement News: Issue 225 29 Nov 2010

Disabled drivers should pay for parking, say Hants

Hampshire County Council is set to introduce parking charges for disabled blue badge holders at council- owned country parks as part of a financial package to balance the county’s budget. The proposals, due to be implemented from February 2011, could raise £50,000 a year.

The parks affected include Manor Farm Country Park in Bursledon, Royal Victoria Country Park at Netley, Lepe Country Park in the New Forest and Queen Elizabeth Country Park near Waterlooville, and have been branded...

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