Keith Watts

Liberal Democrat Councillor for Whitchurch in Hampshire Learn more

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Archive for the ‘Car Parking’ Category

Any new building will make our local traffic and parking problems worse.  Keith Watts has put forward a scheme for £70,000 to be spent in Whitchurch improving the situation over five years.  A decision will not be made on this until after the election.

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PLANNING NEW HOMES Liberal Democrats support a plan for Whitchurch to have enough new homes for local people but no more.  Of course, some people will leave and some people will come here but the town should not grow faster than the natural increase in population. The first phase will provide 37 affordable homes to […]

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Crackdown on evening parking offences

by Keith Watts on 31 October, 2010

In September two drivers were penalised for breaking parking controls in Whitchurch during an evening.  One of those penalties was for parking in a disabled parking bay (not the vehicle illustrated).

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Temporary car park approved for Whitchurch Station

by Keith Watts on 4 August, 2010

An application for temporary change of use of the Railway Hotel site to a pay and display car park was approved by the Borough Council’s Development Committee on 28th July 2010. Permission has been granted for use as a car park until July 2013.  In the application the owners of the land said that they […]

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Pub site to be station car park

by Keith Watts on 20 January, 2010

The owner of the Railway Hotel in Whitchurch intends to demolish the building and use the site as a commercial car park serving Whitchurch Station.  Demolition has been deferred while the owner applies for planning permission.  This application will be only about the method of demolition, no permission is needed to demolish the building.  The […]

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Parking restrictions in Whitchurch

by Keith Watts on 28 December, 2009

The new restrictions on parking in the Town Centre, Winchester Road area and London Road are now in operation, with more double yellow lines and limited parking bays.  There are two new bays for disabled drivers, in Winchester Street and Church Street.  The double yellow lines outside 15 and 17 London Street were put in […]

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