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Rushcliffe council car parks to return to normal charges from September 30

This is to assist further turnover of spaces at the popular facilities in line with its Off Street Car Parking Strategy.

Rushcliffe Borough Council’s free parking promotion across its car parks, Free After 3, is set to end on September 30. 

The authority has supported retail and hospitality in locations across the Borough when it brought in the initiative in April to support local business as they were recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.

With many businesses now trading full time again on high streets in West Bridgford, Bingham and Keyworth and locally larger sporting events again taking place, the Council is returning to pre-COVID parking operations at its sites.

This is to assist further turnover of spaces at the popular facilities in line with its Off Street Car Parking Strategy. 

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Free after 3 ends on 30 September.
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It will continue to review its car parking policy and charges in line with any central Government changes as a result of the pandemic and has decided to make the change to assist with providing a continued sustainable service. 

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Charges at Rushcliffe car parks are re-invested back into facilities that ensure they are safe and attractive with maintenance on lighting, resurfacing, ticket machines and improvements such as the highly popular RingGo service and electric vehicle charging points.

 

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