Huntingdon multi-storey car park still not fully open

15:56 21 May 2014

The opening of Huntingdons Multi Storey Car Park,

The opening of Huntingdons Multi Storey Car Park,

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Vehicles remain unable to follow the “up” signs at Huntingdonshire District Council’s £5million car park in Huntingdon as the delay in opening the upper floors continues.

It is nearly nine weeks since the official opening in March of the new facilities near Sainsbury’s, but three quarters of the 400 spaces are still yet to be accessible.

An HDC spokesman said: “As with any major project of this size, we need to ensure everything is in order before we allow the public to use the car park.

“We are working hard to open the remaining levels as soon as possible.”

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