Shepway District Council have started a consultation on proposals to introduce a Residents Parking Permit scheme in Castle Road, Granville Parade, Granville Road East, Granville Parade West, Lachlan Way, Lister Way and Parade Road.
They are proposing to limit parking in these roads to two hours for non-permit holders. This restriction will be in place 8am-8pm EVERY day of the year including weekends and bank holidays. Only residents and businesses based in the roads named above will be able to get permits.
By Andrew Wiseman, Chair of the Liberal Democrats' Federal Conference Committee
Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference 2016 registration is now open. We're going to Brighton between 17th-20th September to discuss politics, meet new friends and learn new skills.
For the first time we're offering everyone a Super Early Bird registration rate of just £60 if you book within the week (making it cheaper to attend as a regular member than in the last 6 years!). Click here to register your place now.
On Saturday 7th May - the anniversary of the election of the most unrepresentative Parliament since women won the vote - Make Votes Matter is holding the Demo for Democracy outside Parliament. Baroness Sal Brinton, President of the Liberal Democrats, will speak alongside figures from across the political spectrum, united by the common cause of fair representation for all voters.
The Government has agreed a Liberal Democrat amendment to the Housing and Planning Bill, which protects vulnerable tenants from being wrongly evicted.
Under the Housing & Planning Bill, landlords get faster access to a property if they believe the tenant has abandoned it.
The successful amendment requires a landlord to get in touch with a third party such as a charity, local authority or individual who has helped to pay the tenant's deposit. If the landlord gets a response that the tenant has not abandoned the property they can't change the locks and reclaim it.
"The sheer volume of serious and sobering evidence against turning our backs on Europe is overwhelming. The Treasury assessment today, showing a £4,300 cost to families, gives another stark warning about the impact on every household in Britain.