ANPR parking in Canterbury district

We are expanding our Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) camera and barrier parking system to 16 of our car parks, following a successful trial. New online payment accounts are available for the three park and ride sites and several off-street car parks.

ANPR – what’s happening?

After a successful trial in four car parks, we are rolling out ANPR to a total of 16 car parks across the district. Once complete, Canterbury will have more council-run public car parks with ANPR than any other local authority in

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Advice for existing account holders

We’d like to say thank you to the thousands of people who signed up for a ticketless parking account in our four trial car parks. Your feedback has been very helpful as we planned the roll out of the scheme to many more car

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Information for park and ride customers

Thousands of people use our park and ride car parks every week. At £3.50 a day for a car and up to six passengers, it offers great value for money and lets someone else have the hassle of driving into the heart of the city centre

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Free parking for blue badge holders

Holders of a blue badge can now sign up for an online account to get three hours of free parking in the city council’s new off-street ANPR car parks. The off-street car parks currently covered by the discount scheme are St Radig

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Motorcycle parking in ANPR car parks

Arrangements for motorcycle parking in ANPR car parks are as follows: Longport: Enter normally over the flow plate. Extra motorcycle bays have been provided. Leave via the bollarded exit onto Lower Chantry Lane. Queningate: Enter

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