Category Archives: Parking

A new policy to ensure that car parking in Calderdale meets the needs of all users and supports the Council’s priorities is being discussed by Calderdale Council’s Cabinet. Having the right amount of parking in the right locations and at the right price is important to help the local economy thrive. The parking strategy being… read more … about Managing parking in Calderdale>>

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Shoppers in Calderdale will be able to park for free on Saturdays in selected car parks across the borough in the run up to Christmas. On Saturdays throughout December, parking will be free in the following car parks: Halifax – High Street and Mulcture Hall Road Brighouse – Parsonage Lane Elland – Timber Street Sowerby… read more … about Free festive parking in Calderdale>>

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A borough-wide system for cashless parking payments in Calderdale will be introduced from early November.  Cashless payment options are available across all pay and display on-street spaces and car parks in the borough, with Halifax town centre spaces currently using a system called AppyParking and the rest of the borough using APCOA Connect.  The two-year… read more … about Changes to cashless parking payments in Halifax>>

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Following a review of parking charges across the borough, changes to existing charging hours and days are being made. There are no changes to actual parking tariffs and they continue to remain low compared to neighbouring boroughs. The existing charging hours in Halifax (short stay), Hebden Bridge, Sowerby Bridge and West Vale will be extended… read more … about Changes to parking in Calderdale>>

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Blue badge holders with expired or soon to expire badges are encouraged to renew as soon as possible. The blue badge scheme is a national parking permit scheme allowing people with severe mobility issues to park closer to their destination. Blue badges normally last for three years. However in response to COVID-19, the Department for… read more … about Time is running out for 2020 blue badge renewals>>

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Cashless, contact-free parking options have now been introduced across Calderdale, making it easier and more convenient for people to pay for parking. The option to pay for parking without cash has been in place in Halifax town centre since November 2019, through the smart parking system, AppyParking. Cashless payment options have now also been introduced… read more … about Cashless parking option for Calderdale>>

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Calderdale Council is asking for the cooperation of residents and visitors to help to keep the borough’s parks and countryside safe and clean. The recent hot weather and the easing of lockdown restrictions has led to Calderdale parks and countryside sites being incredibly busy, which has caused a number of major issues, including problems with… read more … about Respecting the countryside and keeping safe>>

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Cyclists and pedestrians will be actively supported across Calderdale as the Council introduces new measures to encourage social distancing and sustainable travel. Calderdale Council’s Cabinet Member for Climate Change and the Environment, Cllr Scott Patient said: “During the lockdown our roads have been quieter and the air cleaner. Many more people have been enjoying walking… read more … about Supporting sustainable travel>>

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Council-run car parks and on-street parking bays in Calderdale are now free to use, as part of Calderdale Council’s ongoing response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The Council has suspended its parking charges across the borough until further notice, with priority given to key workers(external link) such as people working in health and social care…. read more … about Parking charges suspended until further notice>>

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