West Berkshire Council has today announced that it will reintroduce charging in its car parks from 1st June.
Since the end of March, car parks operated by West Berkshire Council (WBC) have been free to help make life easier for key and essential workers during the current public health crisis.
From Monday 1 June WBC is starting to reintroduce charging again as the restrictions on lockdown are starting to ease, allowing more people to go to work if they can and for visitors to venture out to the towns and villages across the district.
PaybyPhone is available in all Council Car Parks and WBC recommends this option or contactless payment (where available). WBC says that it is working with its suppliers to add further contactless options in more of its car parks.
Social distancing still needs to be adhered to and there will be plenty of signage across all car parks to highlight this.
For more information on which car parks are open or closed and their charges, please visit the WBC website.