Breakdown of Car Parking Revenue in Princes Risborough

Risborough Area Residents Association made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Wycombe District Council

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Risborough Area Residents Association

Dear Wycombe District Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000, please provide a revenue breakdown for car parking charges and parking fines in each of the last four financial years, up to and including 2017/18, for the following car parks:

Horns Lane car park, Princes Risborough
The Mount car park, Princes Riborough

Please provide a separate figure for parking charges and parking fines.

Please also provide a financial statement, for each of the last four financial years, showing how the revenue raised from these car parks has been spent, i.e. how much in Risborough and how much in other areas within the Wycombe District, and on what.

Yours faithfully,

Risborough Area Residents Association

Wycombe District Council

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Date Submitted: 4/12/2017 12:40:48

Wycombe District Council

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Date Submitted: 4/12/2017 13:01:45

Ann Phillips, Wycombe District Council

F A O Risborough Area Residents Association (R.A.R.A.)

Dear Sirs

I am writing in connection with your request for information under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000  for information relating to eevenue
breakdown for car parking in Princes Risborough.  This was received on 30
November 2017. 

I have forwarded your request for information to Mr D J Pratt, Senior
Administrator Parking Services who will contact you shortly if additional
information is required in order to respond to your request
appropriately.  Mr Pratt will also contact you if he feels your request
may fall under a requirement for a fee to be levied regarding the request
for information.  This fee would need to be paid prior to the request for
information being answered. 

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In the meantime, if you have any further comments relating to your
request, please contact the above named quoting the reference number
above.

Yours sincerely

A Phillips (Mrs)
Parking Services

Wycombe District Council
Queen Victoria Road
High Wycombe
Bucks
HP11 1BB
Direct line: 01494 421171

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Freetext: Dear Wycombe District Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000, please provide a revenue
breakdown for car parking charges and parking fines in each of the last
four financial years, up to and including 2017/18, for the following car
parks:

Horns Lane car park, Princes Risborough
The Mount car park, Princes Riborough

Please provide a separate figure for parking charges and parking fines.

Please also provide a financial statement, for each of the last four
financial years, showing how the revenue raised from these car parks has
been spent, i.e. how much in Risborough and how much in other areas within
the Wycombe District, and on what.

Yours faithfully,

Risborough Area Residents Association
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Ann Phillips, Wycombe District Council

Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing in connection with your request for information under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 concerning revenue breakdown for car
parking in Princes Risborough.  This was received on 30 November 2017. 

I  can confirm that Wycombe District Council does hold information falling
within the description specified in your request. The table below details
the gross income received from the two car parks in respect of daily
parking fees and season tickets. It does not include the breakdown of
income from Penalty Charge Notices by individual car park, as this is not
available:

 

L301 Daily Parking Income    CDKD03     Horns      CDKD04    
Lane The Mount
2014/15 £60,707.09 £57,138.63
2015/16 £58,745.37 £50,281.71
2016/17 £65,494.94 £54,174.66
2017/18 as at 7/12/17 £37,830.11 £41,580.81

 

Parking income is used to cover the running costs of the parking service,
including repairs and maintenance, security, cleaning and administration.
Any residual income is used for investment/contribution towards projects
which improve the transport infrastructure across the district. 

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Mr D J Pratt,

Senior Administrator, Parking Services

Wycombe District Council
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High Wycombe
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Ref Email: [FOI #449738 email]

From: [email address]
To: [email address],
[email address], [email address]
Subject: FOI Form Submitted

Title: Mr
Forenames:
Surname: RARA
Address1:
Address2:
Address3:
Town:
County:
Postcode:
Phone:
Email: [FOI #449738 email]
CommType: Freedom of Information
Freetext: Dear Wycombe District Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000, please provide a revenue
breakdown for car parking charges and parking fines in each of the last
four financial years, up to and including 2017/18, for the following car
parks:

Horns Lane car park, Princes Risborough
The Mount car park, Princes Riborough

Please provide a separate figure for parking charges and parking fines.

Please also provide a financial statement, for each of the last four
financial years, showing how the revenue raised from these car parks has
been spent, i.e. how much in Risborough and how much in other areas within
the Wycombe District, and on what.

Yours faithfully,

Risborough Area Residents Association
Subject: Don't Know
Senders Ref: Revenue breakdown for car parking in Princes Risborough
FileRef: Not Known
Location: Not Known
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