Pay and Display Transactions and Income

Helen Feta made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Liverpool City Council

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

Where the council is responsible for On-Street and Off-Street pay and display car parking (excluding Off-Street pay-on-foot and pay-on-exit car parks, permits, season tickets, PCN and other income);

For the period 01/04/2018 to 31/03/2019, please could you tell me:

* The total number of pay and display parking tickets or transactions sold (all payment methods)

* The total pay and display income (Cash, Credit/Debit card, Mobile App)

* Total number of pay and display parking tickets or transactions sold via a Mobile App parking payment provider

* Total pay and display income processed via a Mobile App parking payment provider

Finally, in relation to the Council’s current Mobile App parking payment provider, could you tell me:

* What is the contract expiry date for your Mobile App parking payment provider, including any extension periods?

* What is the current notice period required in order for the Council to exit this contract?

* What is the current contract value, annualised over the period 01/04/2018 – 31/03/2019
Yours faithfully,

Helen Feta

Liverpool City Council

 
Dear Helen Feta
 
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Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 1 February
2021 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,

Where the council is responsible for On-Street and Off-Street pay and
display car parking (excluding Off-Street pay-on-foot and pay-on-exit car
parks, permits, season tickets, PCN and other income);

For the period 01/04/2018 to 31/03/2019, please could you tell me:

* The total number of pay and display parking tickets or transactions sold
(all payment methods)

* The total pay and display income (Cash, Credit/Debit card, Mobile App)

* Total number of pay and display parking tickets or transactions sold via
a Mobile App parking payment provider

* Total pay and display income processed via a Mobile App parking payment
provider

Finally, in relation to the Council's current Mobile App parking payment
provider, could you tell me:

* What is the contract expiry date for your Mobile App parking payment
provider, including any extension periods?

* What is the current notice period required in order for the Council to
exit this contract?

* What is the current contract value, annualised over the period
01/04/2018 - 31/03/2019
Yours faithfully,

Helen Feta...
 
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