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Return of parking payment

May 28, 2020 9:11 PM

Wiltshire's Conservative administration has announced that parking charges will resume on June 1st.

All parking permits and season tickets will also restart from this date, and parking wardens will enforce parking contraventions.

NHS and care workers will still get free use of council parking until further notice.

All valid parking permits and season tickets will be restarted from Monday 1 June with the other charges - with the nine weeks of the suspension period automatically added on to the end of parking permits and season tickets. Refunds can be given to people who no longer need extended season tickets - contact for more information.

When parking, NHS workers and care workers must place supporting evidence in their windscreen to be eligible for free stays, such as photocopies of work passes with sensitive information removed, or a letter of evidence on headed paper from their employer.

People using car parks should note the following guidance to help keep staff and residents safe and ensure social distancing:

  • Cash will be accepted (change not given) at all car parks, but please pay using a digital permit or contactless if you can. Not all car parks accept contactless payments, but all accept digital permits.
  • Signage will be in place to let people know of the charges and also to remind people to ensure social distancing when using machines or walking in car parks.
  • Where possible, people should park leaving one space or more between cars to aid social distancing.