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Our analysis of car parking requirements allowed Muse to significantly reduce the investment required, helping to ensure the viability of the scheme. In addition to being attractive and user friendly, the car park is easy to clean and maintain despite its proximity to the sea. Talbot Road MSCP won “Best Refurbishment” at the 2014 BPA Parking Awards.
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“Both Muse and the Council are very pleased with the transformation of the car park and the BPA award! Nigel and the design team helped us deliver a high quality, modern facility that makes a positive contribution to the urban environment, reduces the Council’s carbon footprint and delivers 458 significantly improved parking spaces in Blackpool.”