Over the last few months, Leeds City Council has been looking at a number of options to tackle major financial pressures to establish a sustainable budget for 2023/24. As part of this, consideration was being given to the possible introduction of parking charges at its major parks including Middleton Park.
As we reported in December, Leeds City Council is planning to introduce car parking charges at some parks across the city as part of attempts to balance their budget. We now know that Middleton Park is planned to be one of the parks affected and that a fee of 40p
Normal charges for all Leeds City Council car parks and on street parking will resume from Tuesday 1 September 2020, including on evenings and weekends. Parking will remain free for NHS and social care staff who are carrying out front line COVID-19 duties in the city centre, either at hospital,
Following last night’s announcements about community hubs and bin services, Leeds City Council has placed further restrictions on funeral services and removed charges from Council car parks and on street parking bays. As part of steps to manage the impact of Coronavirus, and taking into account national guidance relating to