Posted: Thu 6th Jun 2024

Denbighshire County Council earns £1.29M from car parking fees

North Wales news and information

Figures released have revealed Denbighshire County Council took  £1.29 million in pay-and-display car parking fees in 2023/24.
In a breakdown of council car parks, figures show that Llangollen’s Market Street car park is the most lucrative pay and display, raking in £187,726.07 in the last financial year.
But Rhyl’s Sky Tower car park also generated £140,851.70 whilst the resort’s central car park had an income of £126,792.92, with the on-street parking on the promenade raising £99,333.86.
Prestatyn’s two Nova car parks east and west generated £56,197.60 and £67,257.31 respectively.
Denbigh’s Factory Ward car park raised £53,204.76 and Ruthin’s Market Street £49,518.48.
But Prestatyn’s Fern Avenue car park brought in just £901.29.
The figures were released following a freedom of information (FOI) request.
The full of car parks list is as follows:
Green Lane                                     £13,976.07
Barkers Well Lane                         £2,895.06
Crown Lane                                     £2,231.40
Factory Ward                                 £53,204.76
Post Office Lane                            £3,100.95
Vale Street                                      £30,005.34
Brook Street                                   £4,306.90
East Street                                       £48,250.30
Hall Street                                       £9,420.02
Market Street                                 £187,726.07
Mill Street                                       £50,904.95
Pavilion                                            £3,484.73
Barkby Beach                                 £37,548.27
Beach Road East                            £26,125.23
Fern Avenue                                   £901.29
Kings Avenue                                  £20,157.03
Lower High Street                         £16,578.30
Nant Hall Road                               £1,805.67
Nova Rear                                       £56,197.60
Nova West                                      £67,257.31
Railway                                           £8,955.88
Parliament Street                          £7,652.45
Central                                            £126,792.92
East Parade                                     £10,084.60
Library                                             £9,925.58
Morley Road                                   £29,957.79
Pavilion Theatre                            £18,439.07
Prom (on-street)                           £99,333.86
Railway £19,315.91
Sky Tower                                       £140,851.70
Town Hall                                        £51,812.59
West Kinmel Street                       £17,081.44
Crispin Yard                                    £19,089.62
Dog Lane                                         £15,676.89
Market Street                                 £49,518.48
Park Road                                       £6,280.10
Rhos Street                                     £1,431.14
St Peters Square                           £8,014.45
Troed  Y Rhiw                                 £3,840.68
St Asaph
Bowling Green                               £11,045.18

By Richard Evans – Local Democracy Reporter

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