Illegal and problem parking across Powys is set to be tackled by the county council.
The council will be taking over responsibility for the enforcement of on-street parking and waiting restrictions from Dyfed-Powys Police on Friday 1 April 2011. Any vehicle found parked in contravention of restrictions will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) by the Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) team.
For more information on the CPE and have to avoid a penalty charge notice, click here.
The Parking Manager has responsibility for 35 Pay and Display car parks offering over 4355 parking spaces within the County. These are supervised by a number of full time Town Monitors.
These facilities are maintained to a high standard and also generate much needed revenue funds for other municipal services such as street cleansing.
Annual car parking permits are also available. These are available for all and provide discounted parking for frequent car park users. For example, a 12 month permit currently costs £150 (less than £3.00 per week) for use in the Authority’s long stay car parks. It should be noted that these permits are not valid at short stay car parks. Full list of permits and conditions of use are on the website and further information can be obtained via the Helpdesk.
Disabled parking bays are also provided at most locations and there is no parking charge for vehicles displaying the official Blue Disabled Badge.
For additional information, please contact the council's Parking Manager using the contact details on the right and side of the page.
Telephone: 0845 602 7035
Fax: 01597 827276
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