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Parking charges going upwards and outwards

October 18, 2018 11:58 AM

Wiltshire Conservatives have made the decision to hike up car parking charges next month. They have also introduced charges for Sunday parking and increased residential permit prices. Here are the details as released by WC:

Sunday and Bank / Public Holiday parking will become chargeable, unless town councils pay for a free parking scheme.

Some car parks currently free will become chargeable.

Season Ticket charges will rise. New charges will not be made until the expiry date on season tickets after November. Hence customers purchasing annual season tickets in October 2018 will not see an increase until October 2019.

Residential Permits go up to:

£50 for the first permit and £70 for the second permit (at the same address) in limited waiting zones; and

£80 for the first permit and £100 for the second permit (at the same address) in residents' only zones.

The new fees start on November 17th.