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Enforcement News: Issue 242 3 May 2012

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Parking fines in NI to increase by 50%

Parking fines in Northern Ireland are set to rise by 50% from £60 to £90 to combat a rise in illegal parking in the province, said Danny Kennedy, the province’s regional development minister.

Also, parking charges will be introduced at a number of car parks, which are currently free, in 16 towns and cities across Northern Ireland. Both changes come into effect in June.

The minister also reaffirmed his pledge not to roll out on-street parking charges across 30 towns and cities...

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