On-Street Parking in Digbeth – Public Consultation

Birmingham City Council is carrying out consultation about proposed on-street parking in Digbeth. Further details follow, and we would encourage as many of our readers to respond to the consultation as possible!

About the Proposals
For the purpose of the consultation, the area is divided into two parts; A and B. The map below shows these two areas as well as the existing city centre inner and outer controlled parking zones (CPZs), where on-street parking controls are already in place. B4100 High Street Deritend and Camp Hill, between Area A and B, are not part of this consultation. This consultation is about on-street parking only; off-street car parks and private parking areas would not be affected.

BCC are proposing to improve parking in Digbeth by introducing a mixture of:

  • Permit parking for local residents and workers (permits are valid for one year and likely to cost* £225 for residents and £290 for workers)
  • Paid for parking (often called pay & display)
  • Areas of no waiting (double yellow lines)

*Prices are subject to review and may change before this scheme comes into operation.

Have Your Say
View full details of the scheme, including maps, and respond to the consultation online here.
If you want to speak to someone about the consultation, you can call 0121 464 4412 (answerphone) or email parkingconsult@birmingham.gov.uk.

The consultation closes on Monday 13 March 2017.

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