The Chichester Post reported revocation of the playing out street order for International Car Free Day.
Plans to hold a car-free day in the city could be scrapped after Chichester District Council revoked the licence.
Approval was previously given to close South Street in Chichester this month as part of a community event.
Car(e) Free Day Chichester organisers were granted permission by Chichester District Council for their community event on Sunday, September 22.
The street closure order was for South Street from its junction with Theatre Lane to the Market Cross between 12.30pm and 3.30pm.
Chichester Car Free Day campaigners said they were planning a small-scale three-hour event in Chichester known as a ‘playing out order’ for South Street so that people, especially children, can enjoy a mini street festival on International Car Free Day.
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The Chichester Observer has reported on the revocation of the playing out street order for International Car Free Day.
Plans for a car free day in Chichester later this month look to be off after its road closure licence was revoked by the district council.
A section of South Street was due to be closed to motor vehicle traffic between 12.30 and 3.30pm on Sunday, September 22 — International Global Car Free Day. The plans, initially given the go-ahead by Chichester District Council, were made as part of campaigner Mark Record and city councillor Sarah Sharp’s vision to trial a scheme inside the city walls one Sunday a month to make the city more safe.
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