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Parking Policy: Issue 217 5 Apr 2010

Lincoln re-think over charging disabled drivers

City of Lincoln Council has agreed to review its decision to charge blue badge holders for parking after a legal challenge by a disabled driver. Matt Smith, who has cerebral palsy, was preparing to take his challenge to the High Court in April, arguing that the charges were unlawful.

Before April 2009 blue badge holders could park for free in off-street car parks in Lincoln. The council insisted its decision to charge blue badge holders for parking was not flawed, but accepted there was a need...

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