24 7 Parking Report on the Parking Charge Hike

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 29, 2009 -- Finding secure and accessible parking in London can be difficult, which is where 24 7 Parking can help. Utilising their services could save you from receiving parking charges - the cost of which seems to be ever increasing.

In a bid to slash soaring public debt, local funding has been cut by up to 30% in some areas, putting local government under pressure to find new income sources. Political pressure is forcing councils to keep tax levels down so to boost town hall coffers parking fines and charges are on the up.

Revenue from parking fines already contributes £1 billion annually to local government bodies - Westminster City council actually earned more from parking fines last year (£81.5 million) than they did from council tax, although they claim a large revenue proportion is put back into the local infrastructure.

As well as increasing parking charges, councils will be looking at other measures, such as road tax for high emission vehicles, higher charges for leisure facilities and perhaps even for waste management.

“With local councils looking to increase revenues car owners can expect larger fines and higher parking charges all round,” says Nick Mordin of 24 7 Parking. “We guarantee that charges for our parking solutions are fixed and aren’t subject to the changing fortunes of local authorities.”

Find out more about 24 7 Parking and their services at http://www.247parking.com/ or call 0207 183 7247 for a quote.

About 24 7 Parking Limited

Established in 2002, 24 7 Parking are experts in finding car parking in London and across the UK. Whether clients are looking for a months’ parking or a years’ parking, 24 7 Parking will find the most convenient and cost effective options.

Press Contact:
Nick Mordin
24 7 Parking Limited
309 Linen Hall
162-168 Regent Street
London, W1B 5TD
020 7183 7247

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Press Release Submitted On: October 29, 2009 at 3:11 am
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