- More parking capacity in the city centre, perhaps by adding another layer above or below Charlotte Street
- An end to giving planning consent to hotel developments which have no parking provision
- A proper strategy for managing coaches visiting the city
- A firm principle that parking spaces cannot be removed without a plan to provide additional capacity elsewhere
- That on street parking should be primarily for residents' use but with clear allocation of bays that businesses can use for their customer loading and collecting
Our research shows that a key factor in reducing pollution from vehicles in the city centre is reducing the amount of stop start driving they do. This mean removing unnecessary obstructions, for instance reducing the number of traffic lights, and ensuring traffic lights are better coordinated to avoid the build up of queues.