RESIDENTS and businesses in a Derbyshire town are being urged to have their say on parking.
The views of people in Dronfield are wanted as part of a consultation by North East Derbyshire District Council, which is reviewing the length of time motorists are allowed to park in its short and long stay car parks in the town.
It follows a request from residents to consider changing the rules at some sites.
There is no proposal to introduce charges as part of the consultation, with all council-owned car parks set to remain free to use.
The public consultation period starts on Monday and will run until Friday, May 24.
n Visit www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/car-park-consultation to register views.
The results will be available from September.