Parking charges go up in York from today (Monday, 4 April).
City of York Council is increases charges across its car parks, on street parking and more.
Minster Badge payers, who pay a yearly fee for a residents’ discount, and electric charging are also being hit.
Here are all the fee rises:
- The standard rate of car park and on-street charges will increase by 10p per hour. For those that have a Minster Badge they will get a discount of 30p in short stay car parks and 60p in standard pay car parks.
- a new £1 charge is being introduced to Minster Badge holders who park in the majority of council owned car parks and on street locations after 6pm where an evening tariff is charged. The cost of parking without a Minster Badge is £3.
- residents will continue to be able to use Fast chargepoints without paying for parking overnight via the Minster Badge. Charging tariffs do still apply.
- there will be a tariff increase for using EV chargepoints to 20p/kWh for Fast and 25p/kWh for Rapid / Ultra Rapid chargers.
- a new overstay fee at Rapid chargers will be introduced. This will be applied automatically after 90 minutes and will add £10 to the pay-by-phone option (in selected car parks) remains 10p cheaper per hour than the standard rate.
- season parking permits: there are inflationary increases across permits. The respark permit (First Household Permit) prices have been frozen.
Parking at Park&Ride remains free. Two children under 16 can travel free with an adult on the Park&Ride bus.
Full details on the York council website.