Businessman calls for angle parking along Fitzmaurice Street

By Ella Smith
Updated August 14 2015 - 2:16pm, first published 1:00pm
WE NEED MORE: Duke of Kent owner Jack Egan is calling for 45-degree-angled parking along Fitzmaurice Street to create 40 per cent more parks. Picture: Laura Hardwick
WE NEED MORE: Duke of Kent owner Jack Egan is calling for 45-degree-angled parking along Fitzmaurice Street to create 40 per cent more parks. Picture: Laura Hardwick

RIPPING out the nature strip and removing bike lanes along Fitzmaurice Street to make way for angle parking is a solution to the ongoing parking problem, a local businessman believes.

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