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Question 28 - we asked:

Norfolk Street is a scene of complete chaos at school run time, with an unsafe environment for children walking and cycling. Would you support exploration of measures such as a parking ban of 200m around schools?

We asked this question only in Petersfield.

4 of the 4 candidates (100%) who were asked this question responded as below.

Those candidate(s) which were elected are highlighted.

Simon LEE
(Conservative Party)

A very simple yes 100%

(Green Party)

Yes, I would generally favour limitations on street parking and I agree this road is dangerous at school run time.

(Labour Party)

This hasn’t been flagged up to me as an issue by Petersfield residents who are either parents or staff at St Matthew’s School, or even by nearby residents. If re-elected, I will look into this – or else flag up to other councillors.

(Liberal Democrat)

As long as there were appropriate exemptions for disabled people, I would.

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