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'No' to workplace parking charges

LONDON companies are opposed to Government plans to introduce workplace parking charges, even if the money raised is ring-fenced for investment in transport, according to a Confederation of British Industry survey. Sixty-six companies out of 303 responded to the survey, of which 68% said they were against a parking tax.

A further 14% said they would only support the measure if there were strict conditions attached to the use of the tax raised. 66% expected they would have to absorb the tax themselves. Some said they would have to pass the costs on to customers.

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