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Dear West Berkshire Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to enquire the following information relating to parking permits:

1. What is the average cost of an annual local resident parking permit within your council?

2. How many local resident parking permits did you issue within the following timeframe: 1st January 2017 – 31st December 2017

3. Please provide the cost of an annual local resident parking permit over the last five years, including how the price has changed each year

4. How much revenue did the council receive through local resident parking permit over the past calendar year – 1st January 2017 – 31st December 2017

5. Does the cost of an annual parking permit differ depending on what street/area the permit is for? If it does differ, please provide the price range and the reasons for the variation in price.

Yours faithfully,

Hayley Burrows

foi, West Berkshire Council

FoI/2018/231

 

Dear Ms Burrows

 

Request for information: Parking Permits

 

Thank you for your request received on 1 March 2018; we will seek to
respond within twenty working days.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Rachel Craggs

Principal Policy Officer (Information Management)

Strategic Support, West Berkshire Council, Council Offices, Market Street,
Newbury RG14 5LD

(01635) 519441  |  Ext 2441  |  [email address]

www.westberks.gov.uk

 

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foi, West Berkshire Council

FoI/2018/231

 

Dear Ms Burrows

 

Request for information: Parking Permits

 

Please see below the Council’s response to your request for information.

 

You have asked;

 

1.     What is the average cost of an annual local resident parking permit
within your council?

+ £30.00 (Permits for High Street, Hungerford and Park Terrace, Newbury
are £70.00 as the permit holder may use pay and display facilities)

 

2.     How many local resident parking permits did you issue within the
following timeframe: 1st January 2017 – 31st December 2017

1002

 

3.     Please provide the cost of an annual local resident parking permit
over the last five years, including how the price has changed each year

£25.00 until April 2016 and now £30.00

 

4.     How much revenue did the council receive through local resident
parking permit over the past calendar year – 1st January 2017 – 31st
December 2017

89 x £70.00 and 913 x £30.00 = £33,620

 

5.     Does the cost of an annual parking permit differ depending on what
street/area the permit is for? If it does differ, please provide the price
range and the reasons for the variation in price.

Permits for High Street, Hungerford and Park Terrace, Newbury are £70.00
as the permit holder may use pay and display facilities

 

If you are unhappy with the way your request has been handled, you may ask
for an internal review. You should contact The FoI Reviewing Officer,
Strategic Support, Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury RG14 5LD, email
FoI[1]@westberks.gov.uk  if you wish to request a review. If you are not
content with the outcome of the internal review, you have the right to
apply directly to the Information Commissioner for a decision. The
Information Commissioner can be contacted at:

Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow,
Cheshire SK9 5AF

 

If you have any queries about this letter, please contact me.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Suzi Kenchington 

Information Access Compliance Officer

Strategic Support,

West Berkshire Council, Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury, RG14 5LD

email:  [2][email address]

01635 519860 (external)  2860 (internal)      

 

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