Parking Account

The Code requires that local authorities must publish on their website, or place a link on their website to this data if published elsewhere:

• A breakdown of income and expenditure on the authority’s parking account, including details of revenue collected form on-street parking, off-street parking and Penalty Charge Notices
• A breakdown of how the authority has spent a surplus on its parking account

Although Salisbury City Council does not have a parking account, and has no chargeable on-street parking nor enforcement rights to issue Penalty Charge Notices, it does receive revenue from off-street parking. Income from parking is fed into the revenue budget to support the delivery of the Council’s services. Off-street parking revenue is as follows:

Lush House Car Park, Crane Bridge Road, Salisbury

 QuarterPeriod  £
1 of 2020/21 Apr - Jun 2020 6675
2 of 2020/21 Jul - Sep 2020 38,087
3 of 2020/21 Oct - Dec 2020 35,508
4 of 2020/21 Jan - Mar 2021 21,731

Southampton Road Car Park, Southampton Road, Salisbury

 QuarterPeriod £ 
 1 of 2020/21 Apr - Jun 2020 109 
 2 of 2020/21 Jul - Sep 2020  1,199
3 of 2020/21 Oct - Dec 2020  7,447
4 of 2020/21 Jan - Mar 2021 803