Two drop-in events have been organised as part of a consultation proposing measures to improve parking management in North Berwick town centre.
The proposals are focused on making it easier for residents to park as well as encouraging greater turnover of parking spaces to provide better access for all to businesses and services.
The consultation seeks opinions on the proposed introduction of charges for parking in key areas as well as creation of dedicated parking provision for residents within Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs).
The consultation runs for six weeks from 2 November to 13 December.
The full proposals can be viewed and responded to online at: Have Your Say Today - North Berwick Parking Management Review - Commonplace
Paper copies of the consultation are available for collection from North Berwick Community Centre, North Berwick Library, North Berwick medical practice, Gullane library and Gullane medical practice and can be returned to the council by post.
People can also attend drop-in events to provide feedback. These will be held at North Berwick Community Centre, Law Road, EH39 4PN, on:
- Thursday, 24 November - 1pm to 8pm
- Saturday, 26 November - 10am to 2pm
The consultation is the first in a series that will take place across East Lothian towns. Further information about the launch and background to the consultation is available at: Launch of North Berwick parking consultation | East Lothian Council