Barrister complains parking for mothers using the Heath made ‘impossible’ by council

Charles Salmon QC said it was impossible for mothers with children to park on visits to the Heath.

Charles Salmon QC said it was impossible for mothers with children to park on visits to the Heath. - Credit: Archant

A top barrister living on the edge of Hampstead Heath has urged Camden Council to re-think parking restrictions.

Charles Salmon QC, of North End, made a deputation to full council on Monday calling on the authority to change the current 8.30am to 6.30pm parking restrictions on his road to between 10am and 2pm seven days a week.

He said the restrictions make it impossible for mothers with children to park on visits to the Heath.


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