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Buckinghamshire Council reintroduce on street parking restrictions across Buckinghamshire

| June 9, 2020

Buckinghamshire Council are to reintroduce on street parking restrictions across Buckinghamshire from Monday 15th June 2020, however both on-street pay and display and car parks remain free of charge for the time being.

On Monday 15th June 2020 many shops and businesses will be re-opening. As a result road traffic will increase and Buckinghamshire Council will reinstate all of the on-street parking restrictions that were relaxed on Friday 27th March 2020 to give key workers easier access to essential services during the coronavirus crisis.

Parking enforcement on single yellow lines, limited waiting areas and residents bays will recommence from next Monday 15th June 2020.

However on-street pay and display parking and at all 84 Buckinghamshire Council car parks (except country parks) will remain free of charge for a short while longer.

David Martin, Buckinghamshire Council Cabinet Member for Logistics, said: ‘Drivers across the county have acted very responsibly over recent weeks whilst on-street parking restrictions have been relaxed. However, with our high streets re-opening and the likelihood of a significant increase in the number of vehicles on the roads, it is necessary to reinstate all parking restrictions from Monday 15 June.

Enforcement officers will ensure that drivers abide by parking restrictions on our high streets and residential areas; keeping them safer for all road users; and ensuring access for delivery vehicles and emergency services.

On-street pay and display parking and at all 84 Buckinghamshire Council car parks (except country parks) will remain free of charge for a short while longer; and I encourage anyone who has to drive and park, to make use of them.

As a council, we have made every effort during the last few weeks to support residents in a variety of ways and will continue to do so. If any residents have concerns about parking as we recommence enforcement, please contact: [email protected] or [email protected] or call 0343 208 5544.

*Source of article : Press release from Buckinghamshire Council.

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