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COUNCIL DEFEATED IN PARKING SCHEME TEST CASE

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Local authorities generally have a very difficult task in dealing with the problems of parking, Camden LBC environm...
Local authorities generally have a very difficult task in dealing with the problems of parking, Camden LBC environment committee vice chair Brian Woodrow said after the council lost a parking scheme test case, reports The Times (p3).

The high court yesterday ruled that the council had not conducted 'fair and effective' consultation with residents' groups in introducing a controlled parking zone in Primrose Hill.

Although half of Camden already has such zones and other London boroughs operate similar schemes, the move aroused strong feelings among the community of 3,000 people, the paper reports.
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