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[QUOTE=OliverJohnstone]How have I been silent on this matter?

You have a barrier now because I have spent the last 6 months pushing for one - I am now standing up for you and your neighbours in the face of complaints I am getting about the lack of available car parking space.

It is not a matter of what is more important and I did not say or imply anything to suggest that this is not an important issue. However, we have had and are continuing to have issues relating to the recent flooding including assisting residents with ongoing support, the clean up of the flooding that is still ongoing and ensuring we get the answers we need.

We have had further spikes in other areas of Hazel Grove with anti-social behaviour and vandalism in the same way that you have.

Furthermore, Stepping Hill Hospital have decided to hike parking charges again and are encouraging staff and patients to park on nearby streets which of course, is causing an understandably negative response from local residents.

On top of that we have had a bus service removed, trying to ensure we get some of our roads repaired and planning our roll out of the SEMMMS mitigation measures.

I do continue to liaise with our neighbourhood policing team about this and other issues in Hazel Grove. It is not a matter of deafening silence and I resent the suggestion that I am somehow being remiss in my duty of care here.[/QUOTE]

Who are complaining to you about the lack of spaces Oliver?

And why are the hospital encouraging people to park in the adjacent streets when they know of the parking problems. What do they feel that will solve Oliver?

The new car park was always going to be a white elephant unfortunately in more ways than one.

I personally feel that you work hard to try to resolve very difficult issues. Issues that unfortunately reflect the times we're now all living in.