A ONE million pound re-vamp of St Ives town centre could halve the number of parking spaces and involve moving the town's war memorial. Although Huntingdonshire District Council's plans for Market Hill are aimed at making the area more pedestrian-friendly, parking for disabled people will be retained, and buses could still use the square if it were decided to restore it as part of the route to Ramsey Road and Huntingdon. The plans, which are expected to be put to HDC's cabinet in September and the district's traffic management committee the following month, are the second phase of the council's town centre upgrade plans. But the new town council has serious reservations. Further proposals for the Sheep Market area opposite Boots and Budgens are expected in due course, and work to widen Harrison Way at the eastern end of Station Road and install traffic lights to enable guided buses to cross is expected to start later this year. Bridge Street and Crown Street were improved four or five years ago, and the street lights in Market Hill have already been upgraded.