Brent Council consults on parking permit changes
High emission vehicles could be charged more
Residents are being urged to comment on proposals to create a new tiered system of parking permit costs.
Brent Council is proposing to include more expensive permits for larger vehicles that give off higher emissions.
A council spokesman said the new system will help reduce air pollution and encourage drivers to own smaller, cheaper cars.
Brent Council is planning to re-launch the borough’s controlled parking zone (CPZ) scheme from 1 April 2011.
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For more information visit the council’s website www.brent.gov.uk/consultation or email CO2.email@example.com
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