Proposed changes to car parking charges at Corby Rail Station

Closes 2 Aug 2024

Opened 11 Jul 2024

Overview

Image of Corby Rail Station

The Council own and manage the public parking at Corby Rail Station. The management and charges are regulated under a Road Traffic Regulation Order. The Order also defines the extent of the parking. The Order and the associated legislation sets out which vehicles may park, the way spaces should be used and the costs of duration of parking. The Order allows the Council to review and vary the charges from time to time.

The Council propose to bring public parking charges at Corby station into line with other pay and display station car parks across the wider Council area.

The following increases are proposed for the parking of vehicles permitted to park at Corby Station under the Order:

  • Daily from £3.50 to £10.00
  • Weekly from £14 to £30
  • Monthly from £45 to £100
  • 3 Monthly from £120 to 270
  • Annual from £390 to £1,000

The parking charges have remained at their current levels for several years. There is no formal requirement to consult under the Order however the Council would be prepared to hear from existing or potential users of the car park about these proposals. All representations will be considered by the Assistant Director of Assets and Environment, after 2nd August, and then a consultation on the final proposals will follow. The future level of charge will remain within the discretion of the Council. A formal notice of the change made to parking charges under the Order will then be issued.

Give us your views

Any persons wishing to object to these proposals should send their objections and the grounds for making them in writing by Friday 2nd August 2024 to The Traffic Enforcement Team, Municipal Buildings, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX or by email to trafficenforcement@northnorthants.gov.uk

Interests

  • Engagement activities
  • Parking, roads and transport