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[UPDATE: CBRE, the estate managing agent, responded: "We have again looked into this matter. CBRE’s H&S auditor advises there are no government regulations for cycle storage racks, but guidance as per your email. I appreciate your comments that they may not suit all, but reiterate that there are facilities on site, including the outer hoops as more accessible." I have re-referred this to planning in the hope it can enforce provision that meets at least the minimum of CYC standards - 100cm between uprights. And, I hope, more than four racks (8 spaces) for three retail outlets...] Image taken 2.9.22] Home Bargains, Clifton Moor/Rawclife, York. 60cm between uprights is 40cm less than the minimum required and 60 less than the practical recommended distance. The space in front of the racks is just 28cm. This is the space you need to be able to roll your cycle forwards so it can rest stably on the stand or, if loaded, on the rear upright (see: #185796). Many of the cycles were at an angle and therefore unstable. The resulting 'jack knifing' means they taking up more space than they should - reducing what's available for other users. Context and links: #185920.

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