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Parking Charges

Requested on
Mon 14th March, 2011
Reference
FOI 1233
Resolution
Information provided

Question

Q1 What total revenue did you receive i) in the financial year 2009-2010 and ii) what is the budgeted figure for 2010/11 (as set before the year commenced) and iii) 2011/12 for each of:
a) Off-street car parks
b) On-street parking (meters, pay & display etc)
c) Parking permits (residents' and other).
d) Other parking charges
e) Parking penalties

Q2
a) On how many metres (to the nearest 100) of kerbside do you plan to introduce new on-street parking charges and/or permit zones on roads (or sections of roads) during 2011/12?
b) By what percentage will this increase the total amount of existing kerbside space that is subject to these restrictions?

Q3
a) What was the average charge across your area for two hours'
on-street parking using metered and/or pay-and-display spaces? in 2010/11?
b) What will the average charge be in 2011/12 based on proposed tariffs?

Answer

Q1 What total revenue did you receive i) in the financial year 2009-2010 and ii) what is the budgeted figure for 2010/11 (as set before the year commenced) and iii) 2011/12 for each of:

a) Off-street car parks
i)   2009/10 = £744,902

ii)  2010/11 = £729,662

iii) 2011/12 = £762,000

b) On-street parking (meters, pay & display etc)
There are no on-street parking charges in Charnwood.

c) Parking permits (residents' and other).
Scheme administered by Leicestershire County Council.  No revenue to Charnwood Borough Council

d) Other parking charges
There are no other sources of parking charges.

e) Parking penalties
i)  2009/10 = £955,350 total parking fine revenue generated. Leicestershire County Council receive the income from on street parking fines.

ii) 2010/11 = 815,000 budget as set by Leicestershire County Council

iii)Information not held, budget setting is the responsibility of Leicestershire County Council

The income figure shows the total income from ticket sales only.   However, this does not include the cost of providing the car park service i.e. building maintenance and repairs, utilities, running costs of the Warden patrol service, money collection and processing charges, etc.


Q2

a) On how many metres (to the nearest 100) of kerbside do you plan to introduce new on-street parking charges and/or permit zones on roads (or sections of roads) during 2011/12?
0m (zero metres) Note: There are currently no plans to introduce new on-street parking charges and or extend permit zones.

b) By what percentage will this increase the total amount of existing kerbside space that is subject to these restrictions?
0% (zero percent)

Q3

a) What was the average charge across your area for two hours' on-street parking using metered and/or pay-and-display spaces? in 2010/11?
There is no on-street charged for parking in Leicestershire.

b) What will the average charge be in 2011/12 based on proposed tariffs?
There is no on-street charged for parking in Leicestershire.

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