Revenue, number of spaces, and tariffs in Car Parks operated by Canterbury City Council.

Tilly James made this Freedom of Information request to Canterbury City Council

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Dear Canterbury City Council,

Please can you provide a list of Canterbury City Council operated car
parks (on street & Off street)

On each site I would like the last five years and the current years
information on:

The number of spaces, Location, tariff charges, number of tickets
sold & the revenue generated from each car park.

I would also like to know the number of parking tickets issued & the revenue generated from them.

I would also request if the council knows of any developments that
would directly effect the car parks.

Yours faithfully,

Tilly James

CCC FOI, Canterbury City Council

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Dear Ms James


I sent a reply to you on 2 February but I am unsure if it reached you,
hence my email, and copy reply, below, today.


Kind regards




Claire Hawken

FOI/DPA Co-ordinator

Canterbury City Council

Military Road



Tel: 01227 862 325




From: CCC FOISupport

Sent: 02 February 2015 19:22

To: Tilly James <[1][FOI #246945 email]>

Subject: FOI 4947: Revenue, number of spaces, and tariffs in Car Parks
operated by Canterbury City Council


Dear Ms James


Thank you for your Freedom of Information request.


Please see below for our response:-


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Kind regards


Freedom of Information /Data Protection Co-Ordinator

Democratic Services

Canterbury City Council



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