The team at Marshall’s Yard in Gainsborough have announced changes to the centre’s car parking regime.
From Monday, June 20, a new system will operate in the Marshall’s Yard car park with the charges staying exactly the same – 50p for up to two hours and £1 for four hours with a four hour maximum stay.
However, the 330 space car park will be managed by an Automatic Number Plate Recognition system (ANPR) with customers entering part of their registration number into the new pay and display machines when they pay to park at the centre.
The car park is being managed by the parking solutions company Smart Parking.
The move frees up the centre’s staff to focus on their security role as well as delivering high quality customer service for the thousands of visitors who shop at Marshall’s Yard every week and assisting with the regular events hosted at the centre.
Car park charges will apply to all motorists, including blue badge holders.
The centre’s car parking tariff hasn’t increased since Marshall’s Yard opened in April 2007.
However, visitors to Marshall’s Yard will now be required to pay for parking on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Details of the new parking regime can be found on the new signage around the car park and on the Pay and Display machines.
A number of improvements are also due to be made in the car park including more parent and child spaces and better CCTV coverage.