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Case Studies: Issue 244 4 Jul 2012

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Bury St Edmunds' very, very green car park

Cameron Findlay

When an unused site formerly housing a public toilet became available in Bury St Edmunds town centre, the borough council saw an opportunity to recognise and reward environmentally conscious motorists by creating a purpose-built car park solely for the drivers of low-emission cars.?The car park is located near ‘the arc’ shopping centre, which opened in Bury St Edmunds in March 2009. The arc combines retail and residential units with a public square and new public performance venue....

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