Crittski wrote:I think we are on the same page mate...
I agree, I didn't mean it to come across as a disagreement with what you where suggesting so sorry about that.
I would like to enquire why there is no Bicycle Parking at the Princess Alexandra Hospital?
I was visiting the hospital today and was forced to secure my bike to an assistance railing outside the main entry. As you would agree this is not acceptable and I am not proud of it but I simply had not other option. Another bicycle that was there was also parked up against another railing thnkfully this was out of the way. Upon leaving I asked a lady at the information stand where is the bicycle parking , to which after ringing someone she informed me that there currently is non.
While there I noted, there is plenty of space outside the main entry in which bicycle parking rails could be installed. I respectfully request that bicycle parking be provided outside the main entrance. Parking that is not in easy sight and not exposed to passive surveillance will not be used. This may be due to casual visitors such as myself not knowing where it is or fears of it not being exposed to surveillance.
Missy24 wrote:When mum was in hospital I just walked in with mine and put it by her bed out of the way
beauyboy wrote:I would like to supply an update.
I have just recieved an email informing me that visitor bicycle parking will be provided at the PA Hospital within the next two months.
I see that your work seems to have some results.
beauyboy wrote:They have decided to place it out of the way down near the Ipswich Road Pedestrian overpass far away from the Main entrance...
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