HC Deb 23 March 1967 vol 743 c316W
Sir R. Russell

asked the Minister of Transport if she is aware that a car park for 350 cars at Wembley Central Station, close to a busy shopping centre, is virtually unused because of the lack of signs advertising its existence; and if she will send a circular to local authorities and railway authorities urging them to cooperate with firms who provide this and other such car parks so that the public is made aware of their existence.

Mr. Swingler

I understand that the operators of the car park have asked the Council of the London Borough of Brent to erect suitable roads signs and that the council is considering the matter. General guidance on the signposting of car parks is contained in paragraph 86 of Planning Bulletin No. 7,Parking in Town Centres, which was issued to all parking authorities in 1965.

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