Berkshire news Call for Berkshire car park levels to reopen after 'out of control ASB' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The upper levels of the Nicholson's Car Park were closed after objects were thrown from the roof during the summer

Berkshire news Call for Berkshire car park levels to reopen after 'out of control ASB' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The upper levels of the Nicholson's Car Park were closed after objects were thrown from the roof during the summer

Berkshire news Call for Berkshire car park levels to reopen after 'out of control ASB' PremierLeague-News.Com
22 November 2022 - 09:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Several levels of a Berkshire multi-storey car park remain closed - months after objects were thrown from the roof. The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM) shut level five and above at the Nicholsons car park in Maidenhead. The closure, in August, came after anti-social behaviour that saw items thrown from the car park onto the street below. The closure was supported by Thames Valley Police.

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. Councillor Gurch Singh has asked the council what plans it has in place to deal with the 'out of control ASB'. Read More: M4, M3 and A34 road closures around Berkshire in coming week In his question, he said: "The upper floors of the Broadway car park still remain a no-go area for residents to park vehicles and continue to be closed off due to out of control ASB. Please can you explain in detail what the plan is to deal with this issue and when will the upper floors be deemed safe and reopen for public use?" The RBWM will discuss the question at its meeting on Tuesday night, November 22. Read next: Reading car fire sparks major emergency response as road closed Slough shop could have licence revoked after concerns raised by Thames Valley Police 'Free the weed': BerkshireLive readers say cannabis should be legalised Slough boy has bike taken during three-on-one attack Three teenagers arrested after objects hurled at cars on the A4 near Newbury

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