Uttlesford District Council want your views on their proposed changes to their car parks.
A consultation has been launched inviting residents to share their thoughts on the District Council’s plans for the authority’s car parks in Uttlesford. The proposals affect Stansted’s car parks in Lower Street and Crafton Green.
What do they propose?
Crafton Green Car Park: Short stay parking will be introduced with a maximum stay time of three hours. The idea is this will ensure a greater turnover of parking spaces. Season tickets use will be withdrawn at the car park.
Lower Street Car Park Long stay parking will still be available. Hybrid season tickets are to be used. These will offer discounted parking based on the number of uses (and hours) within a set period. Hybrid tickets are aimed at commuters who may also work from home.
Parking Fees Tariffs – unchanged since 2015 – will go up
Sunday & Bank Holiday Charges Users at both car parks will have to pay £1 on Sundays and bank holidays
MiPermit Fees At both car parks users will be charged a 10p fee each time they use the MiPermit parking app (currently this is incurred by the district council)
Extending charging times From 5pm to 6pm
How to share your views
You can comment online at the Uttlesford Council’s website
You can email email@example.com
Or you can write to Parking consultation, Uttlesford District Council, London Road, Saffron Walden CB11 4ER
The consultation ends at 4.30pm on Friday, February 2.
Find out more about the proposed changes at the District Council’s website. Uttlesford say a decision will taken on the proposed changes in light of your comments once the consultation ends.