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Parking charges may rise

pictured in Doncaster 
the Doncaster Market Car Park

pictured in Doncaster the Doncaster Market Car Park

CAR parking prices in Doncaster are expected to go up, as the council battles a £26million funding black hole.

The draft budget suggests increasing the cost per car by 10 pence per hour from £1.20 to £1.30 in DMBC car parks such as those at the Colonnades, markets and Chappell Drive - a hike of 7.5 per cent - which could bring in an extra £60,000 in the next twelve months.

Meanwhile, on-street parking charges will also go up - rising from £2 to £2.40 - bringing the charges into line with those across the whole of the town centre. Existing fees for council staff permits - £360 - and public permits - £700 - will remain.

 

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