Parking Suspension for Filming

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When film companies have CA-D bays suspended for filming it makes things very awkward for residents.  HV has campaigned for years about Camden issuing more permits than there are bays available.  Suspensions increase the problem.

We lobbied to make adjacent paid-for bays available when CA-D bays had been suspended for filming.  All you need to do is look at the white laminated sign below the yellow suspension sign and it'll tell you where.

Here's an example from a recent film shoot in Bedford Row.

 

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