A Suffolk resident is appealing for residents' parking to be introduced in a seaside town's high street to make it easier for motorists with mobility issues.

Aldeburgh Town Council debated the request from a member of the public in relation to providing residential parking in the town's High Street during the peak months at a meeting on Monday.

However, the council resolved to speak to East Suffolk Council, which is the authority responsible for parking in the high street.

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In submitting the request to the council, the resident, who has not been named, said: "When we have extremely busy peak seasons, it can be challenging to park and I hope there would be a solution to help the residents."

Particular concern was expressed about those 'struggling from a mobility perspective'.

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On Wednesday, an East Suffolk Council spokesperson said the council had not yet been contacted about the residents' parking request.

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