Residents from Cottenham High Street, business owners, councillors and police officers met to address the longstanding problem of parking on Tuesday 30th April.
Nearly thirty residents came to air their views and present ideas, along with the manager from the Co-op and Barker’s Bakery.
Sgt Rogerson said “Tackling these issues has been adopted as a local priority. I am delighted that so many people gave up their time to come and brain storm the problem. We will now go and work on a proposal with the Parish Council to present to Cambridgeshire County Council. In the last two weeks since the area was prioritised 15 parking tickets have been given out, and I am sure that this is just the tip of the iceberg”.
Residents reported many concerns including having driveways obstructed and being verbally abused by people when asked to move. Residents are encourgaed to call 101 to report unlawfull parking or obstruction.
The full minutes from the meeting can be downloaded via the link below.