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View_across_Car_Park_on_site_of_Tricorn_Centre%2C_Portsmouth_%28November_2017%29.JPG?profile=RESIZE_710xPEOPLE living in the city's controversial parking zones could be able to leave their cars in neighbouring areas as part of new rules to ease what has been dubbed a 'crisis'.

Portsmouth City Council is looking to introduce 'blurred boundaries' between residents' parking zones that would allow motorists with permits to park in a nearby zone.

A slew of other ideas, including reducing the cost of a third vehicle permit from £590 to £300, banning students in halls from buying permits and offering free permits for electric vehicles owners, will also be considered.

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