Worthing parking charges to increase to help fund services
Released: Wednesday, 07 June 2023
The price of parking in Worthing is to increase to help fund vital services, to contribute towards maintenance of the town’s key sites and to support the most vulnerable.
From Friday (9th June 2023) charges will increase at Worthing Borough Council-run car parks to help balance the books, in the face of extra demand on services because of the rising cost of living.
However they will remain cheaper to use than car parks in other parts of Sussex.
Short stops at the High Street, Grafton and Buckingham Road multi-storey town centre car parks will increase from £1 for one hour to £1.30, and from £2 for two hours to £2.60. There will be no increase in the cost of parking there for more than two hours or at any time on a Sunday.
Parking at Beach House will increase by 10p per hour that you stay there, with similar rates of increase at Brooklands, Teville Gate and Lyndhurst Road.
The short stay High Street car park will increase by 20p for stays of up to an hour, by 30p for up to two hours and by 50p for up to three hours.
Parking at the Montague Centre will cost 80p for up to 30 minutes, £1.40 for up to an hour and £2.80 for up to two hours.
There are also small increases in the cost of season tickets for the Amelia Park and Marine Crescent car parks.
The Council published a full list of the changes on 18th May 2023.
For a full list of the parking charges see:
- Notice of Variation - Changes to parking charges in Worthing car parks (from 9th June 2023) - Worthing Borough Council (105KB)
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