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Aberdeen increases parking charges

Patrick Mcdonnell

Aberdeen City Council is increasing parking charges in a bid to raise £658,000 in additional revenue as part of the plans to tackle financial shortfalls in the council’s budget.

Short stay car parking, for up to an hour rises from 35p to £, three to four hours parking rises from £3.20 to £4. In long-stay car parks, four to five hours parking rises from £3.60 to £5, and £8 to £10 for six to 10 hours parking.

A council spokeswoman said:...

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