Parking goes up by 1p

| January 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

The cost of parking is increasing in line with inflation from Saturday 1 February 2014.

The price increase means that a single unit Paycard will increase from the current price of 73p to the new price of 74p.  Prices were last reviewed in February 2013.

The income from the Car Park Trading Fund pays for the repair, maintenance and rebuild of car parks as well as the monitoring of car parking regulation.  This fund not only pays for the 6 multi-storey car parks in St Helier but also 81 other car parks across the Island, most of which provide free parking for at least half of the year.

Deputy Kevin Lewis, Minister for Transport and Technical Services said: “Of course a price increase is never welcomed.  However, we need to make an annual increase to ensure that income keeps pace with inflation so that there’s enough money to keep our car parks up to a reasonable standard.”

The full list of revised charges is as follows:

 

Current charge

Charge from 1 February ‘14

1 unit

73p

74p

2 units

£1.46

£1.48

4 units

£2.92

£2.96

5 unit Uniticket (for use in Sand St Car Park)

£3.65

£3.70

10 unit Uniticket (for use in Sand St Car Park)

£7.30

£7.40

Monthly season ticket

£119.69

£121.12

Monthly half permit (for use in car parks where 1 unit gives up to 2 hours)

£59.84

£60.56

1 unit (ECO vehicle)

37p

37p

2 unit (ECO vehicle)

73p

74p

4 unit (ECO vehicle)

£1.46

£1.48

Monthly season ticket (ECO vehicle)

£59.84

£60.56

Monthly half permit (ECO vehicle) (for use in car parks where 1 unit gives up to 2 hours)

£29.92

£30.28

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