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Date published: 30th June 2016
Changes to some car parking charges in North Norfolk come into force at midnight tonight.
North Norfolk District Council agreed the changes to coastal and resort car parks earlier in the year, while freezing charges for standard car parks and annual season tickets.
Every Council-run car park in the district is designated as coastal, resort or standard – a full list can be found on the North Norfolk District Council website.
The changes mean that in coastal car parks payment will be 60p for 30 minutes, £1.50 per hour or £7 for 24 hours. In resort car parks payment will be 60p for 30 minutes, £1.30 per hour for the first hour and £1 per hour thereafter, or £7 for 24 hours.
New signage for those car parks affected by the change has been created explaining the new charges.
Cllr John Rest, Cabinet Member for Assets, said: “This increase in parking charges in coastal and resort car parks will provide a contribution towards various services provided by NNDC.
“These include looking after our Blue Flag beaches, providing public conveniences and maintaining parks and open spaces.
“Season tickets and standard car park charges remain frozen, meaning season ticket holders can park for as little as 54p per day.”
Last updated: 12th July 2016