Parking charges increase at Norwich car parks
Parking charges at car parks in Norwich city centre have been increased.
Norwich City Council's price hikes do not mean across the board increases but selected changes at certain car parks.
For instance, the hourly rate at the 1,082 multi-storey St Andrew's Car Park has increased from �1.30 to �1.40, while at St Giles, Chapelfield East, Pottergate and Chantry it has gone up from �1.40 to �1.50 an hour.
There is no change at Barn Road or Monastery Court, but hourly rates at Colegate, Queens Road and Rouen Road have increased from �1.10 to �1.20 and at Magdalen Street and St Crispins to �1.10 from �1.
The rise in prices is expected to raise �49,415 during the rest of this financial year and �117,654 over a full financial year.
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The council makes more than �4m a year from its 14 off-street car parks.
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