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Christian hopes for 'common sense' on Lord Street

Christian treishteil dy bee 'keeayl chadjin' mychione Straid y Chiarn

Ynnyd yn eear stashoon barroose er ve ny haaue neayr's shellooderys preevaadjagh

Fosley ynnyd follym son gleashtanyn er Straid y Chiarn, yinnagh shen cur relief da'n doilleeid lesh pairkal ayns Doolish, rere leeideilagh y choonceil.

Ta David Christian gra dy vel eh cur failt er plannyn y troggeyder dy obbraghey pairk gleashtan preevaadjagh ayns ynnyd yn eear stashoon barroose.

Agh, ta'n reiltys foast dy chur kied son caghlaa ymmyd shallidagh y thalloo.

Shoh cheet choud's ta shalee multi-villioon punt dy hroggal ynnyd soccar er Cheu y Phurt er ve currit shaghey derrey y vlein shoh cheet.

Ta Mnr Christian treishteil dy bee coardailys jeant.

AS DAVID CHRISTIAN : T'eh er ve jeant feer vaghtal, son shickyrys son y vlein shoh, nagh jean mayd fakin lhiasaghey erbee 'syn ynnyd shen. Myr t'ou toiggal, ta Covid er chaghlaa ymmodee reddyn, as cha jean eh taghyrt. Myr shoh, rere barel y choonceil, ta shin credjal dy lhisagh eh goll er obbraghey myr pairk gleashtan ec y traa shoh. 

As eer dy vel shen cohirreydagh rish paart jeh ny pairkyn gleashtan ain, ta ymmodee, ymmodee sleih gennaghtyn feer chorree choud's t'ad gimman shaghey ynnyd foshlit mooar t'er ve ny phairk gleashtan rish yn chooid smoo dy jeih bleeaney as feed, as nish cha nel eh agh dooint as cha nel peiagh erbee lowit dy yannoo ymmyd jeh. Lhig dooin treishteil dy bee keeayl chadjin goll er jannoo as dy jean mayd fakin ee ny phairk gleashtan reesht dy leah.

 

Former bus station area has been dormant since private ownership

Opening up an empty site to cars on Lord Street would provide relief to the parking problem in the Douglas, according to the council leader.

David Christian says he welcomes the developer's plans to operate a private car park at the former bus station.

However, the government has yet to give permission for the land's temporary change of use. 

It comes as a multi-million pound project to build a leisure centre on North Quay has been put on hold until next year.

Mr Christian hopes an agreement will be reached:
 

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