Category Archives: Parking

Changes to the on-street parking charges in Brighouse town centre are being considered by Calderdale councillors. In July 2018, changes were introduced to tariffs for on-street spaces in Brighouse with a free period for a 30 minutes followed by a 20p charge for the next 30 minutes, to a maximum stay of one hour. These… read more … about Review of on-street parking charges in Brighouse town centre>>

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The installation of sensors and infrastructure to allow the introduction of a new smart parking system in Halifax is now almost complete, and testing is underway.   Calderdale Council is working with smart parking technology company, AppyParking to improve the parking experience in Halifax town centre, allowing people to find spaces more easily and pay… read more … about ‘Appy’ future for parking in Calderdale>>

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Combatting vehicle engine idling is a major focus of Calderdale Council’s new campaign to tackle air pollution. Idling (where a vehicle’s engine is left running whilst stationary) can produce up to twice as many exhaust emissions as when a vehicle is moving. Air pollution is damaging our health and the environment. Calderdale Council is fighting… read more … about Stop idling – save our environment>>

From Monday 25 February 2019, changes to existing parking charges will be introduced on a number of streets and in car parks across Calderdale. Following approval by Cabinet in November 2018, parking tariffs are now being amended in a mix of on-street and off-street existing pay and display locations. The cost of parking in many… read more … about Changes to parking charges in Calderdale>>

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Calderdale Council is introducing a new smart parking system in Halifax, allowing people to find spaces more easily and pay by card. The new system, which is being introduced on a two-year trial basis, uses mobile app technology from the company AppyParking to improve the parking experience in Halifax town centre. New smart parking sensors… read more … about New smart parking system to arrive in Halifax this year>>

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Three people have been fined for misusing blue badge permits. Calderdale Council prosecuted three people last month for separate offences of illegally displaying a blue badge permit. All were found guilty (two found guilty in absence) and the court issued fines and costs, totalling over £1000. Calderdale Council’s Cabinet Member for Communities and Neighbourhood Services,… read more … about Fines for blue badge misuse>>