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Cashless parking in the Scottish forests

The new Glentress Peel visitor centre by Forestry Commission Scotland is served by a car park offering a Chip & PIN facility on its parking machines.

Metric Parking has installed three Aura pay & display parking machines at Glentress Forest near Peebles in the Scottish borders. The tariff for the car parks is £1 an hour and £3 a day.

Laura Stewart, who runs Forestry Commission Scotland’s parking portfolio, said: “These are the first Chip & PIN machines in...

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