Car parking charges set to change across Monmouthshire

By Monmouthshire Beacon/Chepstow Beacon in Transport

NEW car park charging regimes are being introduced across the county from 17th March.

The current free car parks in Monmouth and Chepstow will now see charges of £1 per day introduced and a new five day or weekly charge of £15 or £18 respectively in long stay car parks.

Cars will now be subject to a £1 per day charge in Cinderhill Street and the rowing club car parks in Monmouth and the Drill Hall and Station car parks in Chepstow following installation of the pay and display machines.

Station Road car park in Chepstow, opposite Tesco will adopt the current parking regime for long stay car parks.

Cars parking at Rogiet’s Playing Field car park will be subject to a daily charge of £2.

The car park outside the entrance to the Sportsground in Monmouth will now be solely for the use of Season Permit Holders only.

The good news for parents with toddlers is that designated spaces will be assigned for them in the Cattle Market and Glendower Street car parks in Monmouth and the Nelson Street and Welsh Street car park in Chepstow.

A full list of long term and short stay car parks can be seen in the public notice on page 18.

Further details of the changes can be examined at County Hall in Usk, and the community hubs across the county in Monmouth, Caldicot, Chepstow and Usk

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Liz Govett · 4 days ago · Report

I resent having to pay just to pop to the bank or one shop. This will affect trade in the towns - may have to rethink my shopping plans!

Redman · 14 days ago · Report

Parking in Chepstow is diabolical already..now no free parking at all....how much worse can things get!!!

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