Council ordered to put the brakes on ‘nightlife tax’ – The Independent

Posted December 16th, 2011 in judicial review, local government, news, parking by tracey

“Theatre-goers, restaurateurs and night workers throughout London’s West End were celebrating yesterday after plans to introduce evening and weekend parking charges were shelved until after the Olympic Games. The proposed charges, dubbed a ‘tax on nightlife’, had infuriated impresarios and business owners alike. They have been temporarily dropped after a High Court judge said they risked damaging local businesses.”

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The Independent, 16th December 2011