Petitions contacting us to axe Station Roadway West in Canterbury multi-storey strategies are turned down

“It will be the most significant mistake this council has ever made”… that was the warning to Canterbury city councillors last night as they disputed the extremely controversial strategies to develop a multi-storey automobile park.Petitions calling on the Tory-led authority to ditch or defer the ₤ 9.1 million project had actually gained thousands of advocates before the full council conference held at the Guildhall.Labour and Lib Dem councillors backed the appeals as they called on the members to “reconsider and cancel “the Station Roadway West project.Yet- in spite of a hotly objected to argument on the topic, and a large turnout from disgruntled clean air campaigners -the two petitions were rejected, indicating the council can now ready itself for the start of the vehicle park’s building and construction next month. It is clear the bulk of people do not desire this vehicle park.”Cllr Ashley Clark, who applauded the proposed arrangement of electrical car charging points, stated: “Parked vehicles do not contaminate.