Reserved parking at Lincolnshire Police HQ for the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) and his team could be ended after May’s election.
Marc Jones, the Conservative candidate for the PCC role, says the marked spaces at the Deepdale Lane, Nettleham facility will go if he wins, in favour of disabled, staff and visitor spots.
Businessman Marc says there are currently eight spaces reserved for the Office of the PCC, including for the Commissioner, his Chief Executive, Deputy Chief Executive and Head of Finance.
Marc Jones said: “Privileged parking at Police HQ for the Commissioner and his team sends the wrong message to officers, staff and the public.
“These spaces are the closest to the front of the HQ, and they will be of much more use to a disabled or elderly visitor or member of staff, for instance.
“If given the honour of becoming Lincolnshire’s next Police and Crime Commissioner I will replace these designated spaces, so others can access them.”