Parking Services are currently undertaking a review of on-street pay and display parking machines in Nottingham and developing a programme to move towards a predominantly cashless parking operation.

On-Street Parking

Consultation Details

Consultation open 16 December 2020 to 31 January 2021

Parking Services are currently undertaking a review of on-street pay and display parking machines in Nottingham and developing a programme to move towards a predominantly cashless parking operation.

Nottingham City Council’s Parking Services team is responsible for the management and maintenance of on-street parking facilities and undertakes regular reviews to ensure it continues to provide a fit-for-purpose service. This accommodates the needs of customers and local businesses, delivers value for money to the people of Nottingham and supports the economic growth and environmental well-being of the city.

Parking Services are currently undertaking a review of on-street pay and display parking machines in Nottingham and developing a programme to move towards a predominantly cashless parking operation. This forms part of the Budget Proposals for 2020/21 and brings the on-street provision in line with the cashless approach in other parts of the city. The aim is to streamline the customer payment process, minimise security risks and provide monetary savings through reduced machine maintenance and cash collection costs.