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View_across_Car_Park_on_site_of_Tricorn_Centre%2C_Portsmouth_%28November_2017%29.JPG?profile=RESIZE_710xMAJOR changes to the parking permit system in Portsmouth have been put on hold after councillors branded plans 'a mess.'

As residents' parking zones (RPZs) continue to be a contentious subject Portsmouth City Council proposed amendments in a bid to ease parking woes, as well as encourage green travel.

These included offering free permits to electric car owners, reducing the price for less polluting cars and banning students living in halls from buying permits.

But plans were put on hold when opposition spokesman Councillor Simon Bosher described the wording of the proposals, written by the council's legal team, as 'ambiguous.'

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