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Sidmouth Peak Hill parking charges set to rise

By Will Goddard

28th Sep 2022 | Local News

Peak Hill Road, Sidmouth (cc-by-sa/2.0 - © Jaggery - geograph.org.uk/p/5779612)
Peak Hill Road, Sidmouth (cc-by-sa/2.0 - © Jaggery - geograph.org.uk/p/5779612)

Parking charges are set to rise on Peak Hill in Sidmouth from Friday 30 September for pay-and-display spaces run by Devon County Council.

They will also go up at Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth, and Seaton, with no variation for summer or winter.

A Devon County Council spokesperson said: "New pay and display tariffs in Devon come into effect on 30 September for the majority of the county, and this is the first review of its kind for more than three years (2019/2020).

"It is normal practice for highway authorities to periodically review these tariffs to ensure that are consistent with any changes made by our district partners who operate public car parks.

"Additionally the changes will help us to ensure that the right parking opportunities are available for the public to use which will in turn help support our communities and town centres."

The increases are as follows:

Sidmouth A (Peak Hill Road)

1 April to 31 October, 10am to 6pm daily (including bank holidays):

  • 1 hour - current £1.50, new charge £1.50
  • 2 hours - current £2.80, new charge £4

Budleigh Salterton A (Coastguard Hill and Marine Parade)

24 hours/day (including bank holidays, excluding Christmas Day):

  • 30 minutes - current £0.30, new charge £0.50
  • 1 hour - current £0.80, new charge £1.50
  • 2 hours - current £2.20, new charge £4

Exmouth A (Esplanade and Queen's Drive)

1 April to 30 September, 9am to 6pm daily (including bank holidays):

  • 1 hour - current £1.30, new charge £1.50
  • 2 hours - current £2.50, new charge £4
  • 3 hours - current £3.70, new charge £6

1 October to 31 March 9am to 6pm daily (including bank holidays, excluding Christmas Day):

  • 1 hour - current £0.90, new charge £1.50
  • 2 hours - current £2.20, new charge £4
  • 3 hours - current £3.40, new charge £6

Exmouth B (Maer Road, Queen's Drive, Queen's Drive Eastern Spur)

1 April to 30 September, 24 hours/day (including bank holidays):

  • 1 hour - current £1.30, new charge £1.50
  • 2 hours - current £2.50, new charge £4
  • 4 hours - current £5, new charge £8
  • 8 hours - current £7.30, new charge £10
  • 24 hours - current £12, new charge £13

1 October to 31 March, 24 hours/day (including bank holidays, excluding Christmas Day):

  • 1 hour - current £0.90, new charge £1.50
  • 2 hours - current £2.20, new charge £4
  • 4 hours - current £4.50, new charge £8
  • 8 hours - current £5.70, new charge £10
  • 24 hours - current £9.90, new charge £13

Seaton A (Esplanade)

9am to 6pm daily (including bank holidays, excluding Christmas Day):

  • 30 mins - current FREE, new charge FREE
  • 1 hour - current £0.80, new charge £1.50
  • 2 hours - current £2, new charge £4
  • 3 hours - current £3, new charge £6
  • 4 hours - current £4, new charge £8

Seaton B (Esplanade)

1 April to 31 October, 9am to 6pm daily (including bank holidays):

  • 30 mins - current £0.30, new charge £0.40
  • 1 hour - current £0.80, new charge £1.50
  • 2 hours - current £2, new charge £4
  • 3 hours - current £3, new charge £6
  • 4 hours - current £4, new charge £8

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