West Street Car Park fees

Aug 19, 2020 | Council News

Reinstating car park fees in West Street Car park

  • On 26th March 2020 Millbrook Parish Council announced their decision to temporarily suspend car park fees in West Street Car park.
    A copy of the announcement is shown below:
    COVID-19 UPDATESPlease be aware, we have taken the decision to temporarily suspend car parking fees in West Street Car Park until further notice. This applies to both pay & display users and permit holders to help reduce the risk of infection to users of the car park and Council employees. No PCNs (Penalty Charge Notices) will be issued until the fees are reinstated. Recently renewed permits will be extended in line with the duration of these self-distancing measures.”
  • Last night (18th August 2020), the Parish Council held a remote Council meeting. During the meeting the Council discussed  reinstating the car park fees in West Street Car park.  (A copy of the agenda is available on our website)
    Agenda 144 – To consider reintroducing car park fees in West Street car park. Councillors’ present in the meeting voted to reinstate the car park charges. 

From 9:00am on Saturday 22nd August 2020 car park charging will be reinstated.

Cornwall Council Enforcement has been informed of the Council’s decision.

Resident car park payments

Permit applications forms can be downloaded by clicking on the link below: https://millbrook-pc.gov.uk/west-street-car-park-resident-permit/

The village hall remains closed.  The Council is therefore unable to accept cash payments.

To obtain the Council’s bank details please send an email to the Parish Clerk, Karenza Heald  theclerk@millbrook-pc.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

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