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Council to charge £30 to use Council to Camber Sands car park

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Visitors to Camber Sands will be charged a flat fee of £30 to use a council-run car park this summer.

The fees will apply to the Camber Sands Central car park, drivers arriving after 15:00 will pay a reduced rate of £15.

The £30 fee will also apply at the Putting Green car park, although only for a single season as this site is set to be decommissioned to make way for a recently approved housing development.

Hourly parking will still be available at Camber Sands Western car park, although it is increasing to £4 an hour, and £20 for six hours or more.

The new fees were agreed by the council’s cabinet on this week.

The changes include the introduction of weekly, monthly and three-month permits for unlimited use of a single off-street car park in the district.

The council already offers six-month and annual permits for this service.

This will come alongside a price increase.

Currently an annual single car park permit costs about £350.

This is set to increase to £500 once the changes come into effect.

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