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Carlisle City Council car parks to reintroduce charges

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Users of Carlisle City Council’s car parks are being advised that charging will start again from Monday 1 June.

The decision to reintroduce the charges is in line with national guidance and is consistent with the approach taken by other districts within the county.

Free parking will continue to be available to NHS staff, care workers and NHS volunteer responders involved in the Coronavirus response in the council’s long stay car parks. They are able to get a key worker parking pass from their employer under the government guidance. This will allow them to park for free in all council long stay car parks when a permit is displayed in their vehicle. These are: Castle Car Park; Sands Centre Car Park; Caldew Riverside Car Park; Viaduct Car Park and West Walls Car Park.

Passes are available through NHS Trusts, local authorities and the Royal Voluntary Service. For further details visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-health-care-and-volunteer-workers-parking-pass-and-concessions

When using the car parks, customers are advised to follow social distancing guidance and if possible, pay by card or contactless rather than use cash and park in alternate bays. The majority of council car parks provide contactless payment options including credit/debit card, mobile phone using MiPermit, Apple Pay and Android Pay.

All Carlisle City Council car parks are now open; however the overnight closures of Caldew Riverside, Castle and West Walls parks will be reinstated from next week onwards. This will prevent access or exit from the car parks each evening from 8pm to 6.30am the next day in Caldew Riverside and Castle car parks. West Walls car parks closes between 11pm and 6.30am.

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