Parents in Jersey are calling for family bays in car parks to come with a permit.
Islanders have been voicing their concerns on social media saying they struggle to get their children in and out of small spaces when they cannot find a parent child parking spot.
Following an ITV News report in October 2019, there have been six more parent and child parking spaces introduced in Sand Street car park, bringing the total to 14.
A Jersey mum is now calling for the States to introduce a permit scheme.
In a letter to the Infrastructure Minister, Carolyn Ferguson suggested a permit scheme could be the answer, saying it would work similar to a disabled blue badge, as a way to help police these spaces.
But the Infrastructure Minister says it is not something the government is considering, and says "it would be more bureaucracy, more legislation" and that they "like to keep things simple".
When asked what deterrents there are to stop people using the spaces, Deputy Kevin Lewis replied "people's consciences".
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