Car ParkHull City Council wants to hear your views about its proposal to locate a park and ride facility on the site of the former Hedon aerodrome. It would involve creating 650 car parking spaces, six motorbike stands and 25 covered cycle enclosures. If it goes ahead the facility could be up and running by 2011.

This proposal was covered by The Hedon Blog in a blog post on March 2nd 2009. However it seems things have developed further and a consultation  day is being held on Wednesday 15 July. Council staff and other transport experts will be on hand to explain what is being proposed and answer any questions.

According to the Hull City Council press release, Councillor Dave Woods has stated that there is a clear demand for a new park and ride facility.

The Council have to consult people about any proposals and the views collected will be considered in preparing an outline planning application.

having-your-sayThe consultation day takes place on Wednesday 15th July from 11am to 8pm at Hedon Town Hall on St Augustine’s Gate.

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