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New Pay and Display car park opening in Amersham on Friday 15th October 2021

| September 28, 2021

Photo of King George V House car park in Amersham. (Image supplied by Buckinghamshire Council)

A new Pay and Display car park is to open in Amersham on Friday 15th October 2021.

The car park at the Buckinghamshire Council office on King George V Road in Amersham is set to become a Pay and Display car park open to the public from Friday 15th October 2021.

The car park is currently open for public use from 5.30pm to Midnight, Monday to Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday.

Ticket machines will be installed from mid-October 2021 and the barrier at the entrance will no longer be in use. Permit and blue badge holders will be able to continue to use the car park while displaying their permit or blue badge.

Parking charges will apply Monday to Friday 7.30am to 6.00pm and will be free on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays. A 30-minute stay will be free of charge. Visitors will be able to pay for parking with cash at the Pay and Display machines or via RingGo.

There will be a maximum stay of three hours giving visitors plenty of time to take the short walk to the shops, restaurants and market, or to nip across the road to use the park, skate park or the new Chilterns Lifestyle Centre which is opening at the beginning of November 2021. Season tickets will not be available.

The formal consultation to introduce charges on the car park was carried out in December 2019 following a decision by Cabinet and the Parking Order was amended thereafter.

The charges will be as follows:

  • 30 minutes free
  • Up to 1 hour £0.70
  • Up to 2 hours £1.40
  • Up to 3 hours £2.00

Steven Broadbent, Cabinet Member for Transport at Buckinghamshire Council, said: ‘Since the pandemic began, for many of us, the way we work has changed considerably right across the country, and also how we interact socially and spend our free time, including time spent on fitness and wellbeing.

Opening up the car park to the public during the day will generate a turn-over of parking spaces, therefore creating more parking availability, at a key location to support the local community. This is at a time when we are moving out of the pandemic and starting to visit, shop and eat out in town centres more regularly.

We hope that by introducing this additional parking provision at King George V House, we will also alleviate any concerns that local residents may have had about customer parking at the new Chilterns Lifestyle Centre.

*Source of article : Press release from Buckinghamshire Council.

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