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Cover Story: Issue 227 3 Feb 2011

End of era as Milton Keynes ends free on-street parking

Roll-out of P&D in Milton Keynes expected to raise extra £2.28m parking income

Deniz Huseyin

Almost 4,000 free parking spaces in Milton Keynes became pay & display bays on 31 January. This means that there is very little free parking left in the town centre. Milton Keynes Council estimates that introducing tariffs for the 3,872 spaces will generate an extra £2.28m in parking income a year. This will boost the income generated for pay & display and scratchcards to about £10.5m.

A council spokesman said: “There’s a cost attached to maintaining a surface...

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