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23rd February 2022: 2pm to 3pm
Leicester City Council is consulting on the introduction of a workplace parking levy for the city to encourage car commuters to consider other modes of transport, and to provide a sustained funding source to implement the sustainable transport measures proposed in the draft Leicester Transport Plan.
The WPL is based broadly on the scheme introduced in Nottingham and would mean that employers would be charged a levy on commuter car parking spaces. Any workplace parking levy payments received could only be spent on transport improvements.
The WPL would apply citywide and businesses with more than 10 liable spaces would pay £550 per space per year for a licence to provide car parking for their employees. The scheme would raise around £95million over the first 10 years and enable the city council to match-fund with other grants to invest up to £450million in a transformational programme of transport improvements including:
This programme would help the city to meet tough decarbonisation and air quality targets as well as dealing with congestion and providing transport infrastructure to support housing and business growth.
If you would like to hear more about this book onto this webinar to hear the details from Andrew Smith, Director of Planning, Development and Transportation.
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