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West Bridgford car parking charges increase from 1 May

Rushcliffe Borough Council car parking charges in West Bridgford will increase from 1 May 2024.

The council has issued a directive under the Road Traffic Regulation Act to exercise its powers to increase car parking charges at its council-operated car parks in West Bridgford.

The increased prices will apply from Wednesday 1 May 2024.

The increased charges apply to Bridgford Road ( Library ) Car Park, Nursery Car Park ( M&S Food Hall ) and Gordon Road Car Park.

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Gordon Road Car Park

The shoppers’ 30 minute rate at Nursery Car Park, the only one to have a 30-minute rate increases by 40% from 50p to 70p for half an hour.

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Another increase is the over three-hour rate at Bridgford Road which increases by 50% from £20 to £30.

A Rushcliffe Borough Council spokesperson said: “The majority of motorists who use our car parks for two hour stays or less will see a small 20p increase in parking charges from May 1.

“This is the first increase in seven years and the Council has sustained the increase in costs in operating car parks for a considerable period. The new tariffs are still competitive when compared with other busy towns and cities in the region.

“Any charges at our 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 charging points.

“As part of this ongoing investment this means the majority of our car parks are also regularly awarded the Safer Car Park accreditation.”

Visits to Nottingham city currently cost around £5.50 for up to 2 hours car parking and £7.50 up to 4 hours.

Rushcliffe Borough Council parking charges increase from 1 May 2024 Table ©
Rushcliffe Borough Council parking charges increase from 1 May 2024
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Bridgford Road Car Park ©
Bridgford Road Car Park


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