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    Parking charges to increase in Perth

    There will be a 10 per cent increase in parking charges in all Perth & Kinross owned car parks and on and off street parking for 2018/19, the council has confirmed.

    Perth & Kinross Council will continue to offer the first 15 minutes of parking free across the Perth and Kinross area, a scheme which has come into its own in this era of ‘Click and Collect’. This has been well received by shoppers and businesses alike, a spokeswoman said.

    For Perth City Parking the new charges:

    In zone 1 – the inner city centre – on street and off street parking for a maximum of one hour will be £1.10;

    In zone 2 – the city centre – on street and off street parking for a maximum of four hours will be £1.10 per hour.

    In zone 3 – the outer city centre on street parking for:
    1 hour it will be 60p;
    2 hours it will be £1.10;
    3 hours it will be £1.70;
    4 hours it will be £2.20;
    6 hours it will be £3.30;
    Up to 10 hours will be £4.40.

    In Thimblerow car park for:
    1-4 hours (per hour) it will be £1.10;
    Up to 6 hours it will be £6.60;
    Up to 10 hours will be £ 8.80.

    In Canal Street multi-storey car park for:
    1-4 hours (per hour) it will be £1.10;
    Up to 6 hours it will be £6.60;
    Up to 10 hours will be £ 8.80.

    A monthly season ticket will cost £105.00 while a monthly season ticket covering Monday to Friday only will cost £66.00.

    In South Inch car park for:
    1 hour it will be 60p;
    2 hours it will be £1.10;
    3 hours it will be £1.70;
    4 hours it will be £2.20;
    6 hours it will be £3.30;
    Up to 10 hours will be £4.40.

    A monthly season ticket covering Monday to Saturday will cost £66.00

    In Norrie Miller and Riverside car parks for:
    1 hour it will be 60p;
    2 hours it will be £1.10;
    3 hours it will be £1.70;
    4 hours it will be £2.20;

    6 hours it will be £3.30;
    Up to 10 hours will be £4.40.

    A monthly season ticket covering Monday to Saturday will cost £61.00. Residents’ Permits for Perth city in the inner zone which is on and within the inner ring road will cost £210.00 annually and in the outer zone £120.00 annually.

    In Crieff town centre on street parking will cost 60p for 30 minutes. On street parking per hour, which is the maximum stay, will cost £1.10. Off street parking in James Square per hour, which is the maximum stay, will cost £1.10. Residents’ permits will cost £132.00 annually.

    In Blairgowrie town centre off street parking on Croft Lane, The Croft and Ericht Lane will cost 90p for one hour and £1.60 for two hours. In Leslie Street for:
    1 hour it will be 90p;
    2 hours it will be £1.60;
    4 hours it will be £2.70;
    10 hours will be £4.00.

    An annual season ticket will cost £132.00.

    In Pitlochry town centre off street parking on Atholl Road, Ferry Road and Rie-Achan Road for:
    1 hour it will be 90p;
    2 hours it will be £1.60;
    4 hours it will be £2.70;
    10 hours will be £4.00.

    Coaches parking on Rie-Achan Road will cost £4.00 per visit and residents’ permits will cost £132.00 annually.

    In Dunkeld town centre off street parking on Atholl Street and Tay Terrace for:
    1 hour it will be 90p;
    2 hours it will be £1.60;
    4 hours it will be £2.70;
    10 hours will be £4.00.

    An annual season ticket will cost £132.00.

    In Live Active leisure car parks in Perth off street parking at Rodney Pavilion for:
    2 hours it will be 60p;
    3 hours it will be £2.70;
    4 hours will be £4.00.

    At Bell’s Sports Centre for:
    2 hours it will be 60p;
    5 hours it will be 70p;
    6 hours it will be £4.10;
    9 hours will be £5.30.

    On street and off street bay suspensions will cost £12.00 per day.

    On street parking charges exclude VAT while off street parking includes VAT at the standard rate of 20 per cent.

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