Hull car park blighted by antisocial behaviour reopens overnight

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Hull car park blighted by antisocial behaviour reopens overnight

Hull car park blighted by antisocial behaviour reopens overnight
2021-07-27 11:19:00
Osborne Street car park has now reopened overnight, Hull City Council has confirmed. The car park had been closed overnight from Monday, July 19, following antisocial behaviour at the facility at night. Now security officers have been deployed at the car park to tackle antisocial behaviour, meaning it can reopen 24 hours a day, seven days a week. READ MORE: 8 areas of Hull and East Yorkshire with a Covid rate of 1,000 or more Four other car parks remain open overnight in the city centre. These are Tower Street, Francis Street, Trippett Street and Lowgate car park. It comes after Hull Live told earlier this month how the major city centre car park would close at night after being blighted with antisocial behaviour. Read more here. Council workers cleaning the stairwell in Osborne Street car park after previous issues with homeless people using the site (Image: Peter Harbour) At the time, a Hull City Council spokesperson said: “Hull City Council has made the decision to close Osborne Street car park overnight. “The car park will now be open from 7am to 7.30pm Monday to Saturday, and 8.15am to 4.30pm on Sundays. “The changes come in today, Monday 19 July, following anti-social behaviour in the car park at night. “Four other car parks remain open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in the city centre; Tower Street, Francis Street, Trippett Street and Lowgate car park. The latest traffic and travel news in your area “All council-owned car parks and opening times can be found here. ” In 2020 the Osbourne Street car park was named and shamed by visitors after it was left covered in human faeces. Commuters called Osborne Street car park “disgusting” after making the grim discovery of the human waste and food remains on several levels of the multi-storey car park. The mess was found on three different landings in the venue, along with graffiti, food waste including chicken bones, rubbish and what appeared to be

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