From January 2021 drivers with more polluting vehicles will pay more to park in Croydon while the greenest cars will receive substantial discounts.
Parking enforcement across Croydon will be gradually reintroduced from next week to help keep the borough’s roads clear and safe, as lockdown eases.
An early Christmas present from the council will make life easier for anyone looking to do last-minute Christmas shopping or call in on friends and family over the festive period.
From today, Tuesday 1 October, residents’ annual parking permits are charged on a sliding scale depending on how polluting their vehicle is. There are substantial discounts available for the greenest cars, while drivers with more polluting vehicles will have to pay more.
A new green parking scheme, which is part of the council’s sustainable Croydon agenda, will help tackle air pollution when it’s introduced across the borough next week.
A private hire taxi driver who used a fake blue badge to park in Croydon has been fined hundreds of pounds.
Croydon is set to take major strides in its journey to become London’s greenest borough with new proposals encouraging motorists to switch to environmentally-friendly vehicles.
Croydon is continuing its journey to become a greener borough as a consultation on new emissions-based parking charges, offering major discounts to drivers with less polluting cars, launches today.
Shoppers and businesses in Purley can enjoy improved parking facilities now that Croydon Council’s £200,000 upgrade to the town centre’s multi-storey car park is complete.
Two new, upgraded lifts are now working in the 424-space building in Whytecliffe […]