Parking charge suspension continues

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PARKING at all Dundee City Council on and off-street provision will continue to be free for the time being.

Initially the suspension of charges was to cover the three weeks from Boxing Day, with a review in mid-January.

Mark Flynn, convener of Dundee City Council’s city development committee, said: “Since the original decision was taken transmission of the virus has increased and measures to keep people safe have been strengthened.

“The continuation of lockdown measures including working from home mean that it is still the case that the only people using our car parks and on-street parking in the coming weeks should either be key workers, or those workers in our communities who are having to use bays or surface level spaces they wouldn’t normally be using.

“When the Scottish Government restriction levels are eased taking account of the circumstances at the time we will revisit the decision.” 

Dundee City Council staff will continue to enforce parking restrictions to ensure that no vehicles are parked dangerously or causing an obstruction for other road users or pedestrians. They will also respond to complaints from the public about unsafe parking.

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