Council writes to Brewery manager urging them to waver parking charges.

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Havering Council has written a letter to the manager of the Brewery in Romford asking them to join the Council in making parking free during the Covid 19 crisis.

Havering’s Leader of the Council, Councillor Damian White said: “In these difficult times we must all come together and support our communities. Council and other shopping centres in Romford have all wavered the charges.

Come on Brewery!

3 thoughts on “Council writes to Brewery manager urging them to waver parking charges.

  • 28th April 2020 at 8:56 pm
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    For once, I say thank you to the three signatories. Better late than never, but I hope it brings results. Could a copy of the same letter can be sent to the owners of the car park on the corner of St Nicholas Ave & Northwood Ave. in Elm Park. It used to be leased by the Council as a car park, but now it is privately run. They are still charging too.

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  • 29th April 2020 at 1:51 am
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    Waver? That means flicker, like a flame. Why would car park charges waver/flicker? Shows what fools the council truly are.

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    • 29th April 2020 at 3:15 pm
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      Your quite right, however, if one votes for monkeys. one gets monkeys. Only problem is, they’re being bribed, sorry, paid, more than peanuts, to do the job they’re trying to do. And not very well at that. But, at least they have tried on this occasion, bless ’em.

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