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Kensington and Chelsea swaps parking meters for trees

PayByPhone launches carbon footprint programme to help councils combat pollution

01 July 2019
PayByPhone`s Jonny Coombe with Cllr Cem Kemahli
PayByPhone`s Jonny Coombe with Cllr Cem Kemahli

 

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council has announced that it has signed up to a programme that will see the borough offer completely cashless parking by 2020. The council is working with mobile parking payment provider PayByPhone.

The removal of more than 700 parking machines in Kensington and Chelsea will take place in phases in order to give residents and visitors ample time to adjust to the change. PayByPhone signage will be clearly displayed to inform drivers on how to use the...

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