Hull city centre window cleaner facing £200…

Hull city centre window cleaner facing £200 bill for using main road
2019-10-23 04:00:00
We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA Hull window cleaner says he has been fined ten times in little over a month. Sean Tindale faces a bill totalling more than £200 after heading into Hull city centre to work. He cleans shops inside Princes Quay, as well as banks and ATM machines across Hull – but has racked up a hefty bill after using a main road to get there. Mr Tindale regularly uses Carr Lane despite signs that state only buses, motorbikes, cycles and “authorised vehicles” are permitted to use it. He often parks in front of the centre’s main entrance, near Primark, and says it is unfeasible for him to use Princes Quay’s main multi-storey car park – however, he is now living to regret it after his employer was sent 10 separate fines. Mr Tindale often parks in front of Princes Quay to access its shop fronts (Image: Sean Tindale) “To get to that entrance, I have to go down Carr Lane,” he said. “There’s a time limit on the shopping centre so I need to be done by 9.15am so I don’t really have time to drive to the car park, then walk the entire length of the shopping centre. “That would make a 20 minute job take over an hour – and that doesn’t help when I’m not allowed to clean windows after 11am in town centre. “I started working as a commercial window cleaner for a nationwide company about six months ago. “To be honest I clean most of the shops and banks in Hull town centre and three of my jobs are inside Princes Quay, about 50 metres away from the Primark entrance of Princes Quay.” Watch: The laws on where you can park

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