A number of car park barriers are set to be added to several residential car parks in Northampton to increase security, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.
Northampton Partnership Homes (NPH) has submitted planning applications proposing to install car park barriers to seven existing car parks. These will be a part of an ongoing programme to upgrade the existing housing stocks and would see the installation of a single access barrier to provide control access to the car parks.
The car parks selected are at St Luke’s House on Lower Harding Street; Abbey House on Abbey Street; St John’s House on St Andrews Street; St Barnabas House on Lower Harding Street; St Mark House on Herbert Street, St Stephen’s House on Grafton Street and Melbourne House on Melbourne Road.
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