Devil's Point being denied to locals
ROYAL William Yard may be the 'Jewel in the Plymouth Crown' but with restricted parking at the expense of Devil's Point.
Obviously the well-documented parking difficulties at Royal William Yard are leading to staff parking their cars for free at Devil's Point, even to the extent of a new walkway from Devil's Point to Royal William Yard.
Devil's Point is a well known leisure spot for many locals, disadvantaged persons, schoolchildren, families and dog walkers, as it has been for many years.
Local visitors can not now park their cars freely, as at least half of the available parking spaces are occupied before 9am by employees from Royal William Yard on a daily basis.
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It seems to us that the Plymouth waterfront is slowly being denied to the people of Plymouth.
While we realise Royal William Yard should be a successful venture for the City, profit should not come before the people.
MR & MRS CLARKE