Local authorities must publish a breakdown of income and expenditure on the authority’s parking account on their website.
The breakdown of income must include details of revenue collected from on-street parking, off-street parking and Penalty Charge Notices.
Current car parking spaces controlled by Bodmin Town Council are as follows:
Priory Car Park: Space for 235 cars including 10 disabled bays plus an additional 132 spaces (estimated) adjacent to the Football Club.
St. Petroc’s Close: A private road which acts as an emergency exit has been included within the designated area for the Bodmin Town Council (Off-Street Parking Places) Order 2001 to deal with any problem parking and to maintain an effective emergency exit from Priory Car Park.
In recognition of concerns raised by some local residents, the Council implemented a Resident’s Parking Permit scheme to allow some limited parking in the Close.
Rhind Street Car Park: 25 bays rented to permit holders. This parking area was opened in April 2013 following demolition of the garages which had come to the end of their useful life. This car park is permit operated and is covered by an Off-Street Parking Places Order to enable effective enforcement for users. These parking bays are rented out to local residents.
See the attached document for details of annual income relating to parking (permits, penalties and fees).
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