On-street parking penalty reminder as enforcement responsibility changes hands
MOTORISTS are being reminded that as of April 1 Cheltenham Borough Council will no longer be responsible for on-street parking enforcement.
The authority is handing over control to Gloucestershire County Council but will retain the management responsibilities for its own car parks.
It means that as of April any queries about penalty notices will be managed by the county's new private on-street parking enforcers, APCOA.
However Cheltenham Borough Council will still manage penalty notices issued in its own car parks.
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Councillor Andrew McKinlay (Up Hatherley, LD), cabinet member for built environment, said: "We are happy to provide enforcement arrangements for our town centre car parks and will do all we can to ensure that users of our car parks receive a quality service.
"We will also ensure that residents and visitors are provided with all the necessary information in order to contact GCC and/or its contractors as regards on street parking enforcement and parking permit provision."