Changes to pay and display charges


There are some temporary changes to parking during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, for more information see: Temporary changes to parking controls

We have started installing lines and Signs in Rother as part of implementing a Civil Parking Enforcement scheme. See Rother Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) scheme for updates.

Changes to pay and display charges

We are increasing parking charges to help improve the air quality in our town centres, to reduce congestion and to encourage the use of other methods of transport. Pay and display charging is an effective way to encourage people to make more sustainable travel choices.

Charges for on-street parking have not been changed for more than 10 years. In Eastbourne and Hastings, the charges were last increased in 2008 and in Lewes in 2007. You can find further information about the tariff charges in the report to the Lead Member for Transport and Environment and the proposals for changes in East Sussex parking charges on our consultation hub.

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