Proposals to make two Aberdeen roads one-way in a bid to reduce damage to parked cars could be thrown out by council chiefs.
Salisbury Terrace and Gray Street are both tight squeezes for drivers – especially when cars park on both sides of the road.
Some residents have suggested a one-way system would be an ideal solution to prevent incidents where vehicles have clipped wing mirrors and bumped the side of cars.
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However, a new report by council officers has urged councillors take no action and leave both streets as they are despite support from residents in favour of such a measure being introduced.
The Mariner Hotel, situated on Great Western Road but accessed via Gray Street, was among the businesses who have objected to the proposals, arguing it could lead to the closure of the hotel.
“Their letter said the measures would have a “massive impact” from a reduction in footfall, including from “passing chance business”.
Councillors on the operational delivery committee will be asked to make a decision when they meet on Thursday.