Richmond Council have announced that parking charges will be frozen for the next year to aid local businesses and help people save money.
It will be the second year in a row that parking charges have remained at the current rate, as decided during the annual council budget debate.
Speaking recently, Richmond Council’s Cabinet Member for Highways and Street Scene, Cllr Chris Harrison, said: “We know that local people are feeling the pinch and this is one way of showing our support by giving residents some financial respite. We are making sure motorists get a fair deal by not increasing our parking permits or pay and display charges.
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