Parking Spaces

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Dear Stoke on Trent City Council,

I wanted to get in touch to see if you'd please be able to help me with a few of these questions, relating to your area.

I would like to know..
1. How many Blue Badge holders are in your area?
2. How many council-owned parking spaces there are?
3. How many of these council-owned parking spaces are for Blue Badge holders?
4. How many of these council-owned parking spaces are parent-child spaces?
5. How many fines are, on average, given out, to those that park in Blue Badge spaces that aren't allowed to park there?
6. The same for parent-child spaces.

If you could please get back to me as soon as you can, that would be really great.

Many thanks!
Emma

Stoke on Trent City Council

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Dear Emma

 

Your request for information ref: SOT-105215

 

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