A petition has been delivered to a private parking firm calling for it to perform a U-turn on plans to raise its fees at Ninewells Hospital.
Freeze the fees
As a Dundee newspaper, it’s not often that what’s going on 450 miles away makes the headlines in the Tele.
More than 2,100 people have backed an Evening Telegraph campaign calling for parking fees at Ninewells Hospital to be frozen.
Readers are being given one final chance to support the Evening Telegraph’s campaign to have parking fees at Ninewells Hospital frozen.
Nurses at Ninewells Hospital have condemned a planned increase in parking charges – and claimed it will put people’s safety at risk.
Scotland's Health Minister is set to challenge Ninewells parking bosses over controversial plans to raise parking fees for staff and visitors.
FREEZE THE FEES: Company REFUSES to explain in detail why it wants to hike Ninewells parking charges
The company which operates parking facilities at Ninewells Hospital has refused to explain in detail its decision to hike fees – despite public pressure to freeze them.
A Dundee politician repeatedly rejected calls to scrap parking fees at Ninewells Hospital – despite concerns from within her own party.
More than 1,500 of you have got behind the Tele’s campaign to freeze car parking charges at Ninewells Hospital.
Concerns have been raised over the safety of the car parks at Ninewells Hospital.
‘I warned they would live to regret this’: Dundee MP who argued against Ninewells parking deal backs petition
A former Dundee MP has revealed he warned Tayside health chiefs 20 years ago that a controversial parking deal would come back to haunt them.
‘It will cost me £48 a month’: Mum of cancer fight Garvie backs petition calling for Ninewells parking price hike freeze
A Dundee mum who has to take her sick child to Ninewells several times a week has expressed disgust that parking charges at the hospital are set to rise.
Politicians, community groups and trade unions are backing the Tele’s call for parking charges at Ninewells Hospital to be frozen.
Thanks to a thoughtless decision taken 20 years ago, patients, staff and visitors at Tayside’s biggest hospital are forced to fork out every time they park at the facility.