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Parking Account and Spaces

The Transparency Code requires local authorities to publish information about parking accounts, Penalty Charge Notice revenue collected and controlled parking spaces.

On-Street Parking Account

On-street parking enforcement and on-street parking provision is the responsibility of Essex County Council (ECC), the Highway Authority. ECC have delegated this function to the South Essex Parking Partnership (SEPP) Joint Committee who deliver this function on behalf of ECC via an agency agreement.

SEPP consists of the Boroughs, Districts and City Councils from Basildon, Brentwood, Castle Point, Chelmsford, Maldon and Rochford. SEPP holds a single parking account which is the responsibility of the Joint Committee. The Joint Committee is responsible for how any surplus or deficit is managed. All surpluses are managed as per Section 55 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act (RTRA) 1984.

The parking enforcement activity in Brentwood contributes to the overall SEPP single parking account. Brentwood Borough Council has no direct control of this account.

The SEPP Joint Committee produces an annual report which provides a breakdown of the enforcement activity and financial performance in each of the partner areas.

South Essex Parking Partnership

 

Off Street Parking Account 2015/16

Income £1,596,000

Expenditure £921,000

Surplus £675,000

The surplus from the parking account is used to help fund other street scene services, in particular vehicle fleet management.

Please note: The data above can be viewed and/or downloaded via DataShare

Parking spaces

 

Controlled parking spaces off-street
Controlled parking spaces off-streetNo. of car parksNo. of spaces
Surface Car Parks111553
Multi-Storey Car Park1599

 

Further information on off-street parking spaces, including the availability of free parking spaces, can be found on the Car Parks page.

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Parking Account and Spaces

The Transparency Code requires local authorities to publish information about parking accounts, Penalty Charge Notice revenue collected and controlled parking spaces.

On-Street Parking Account

On-street parking enforcement and on-street parking provision is the responsibility of Essex County Council (ECC), the Highway Authority. ECC have delegated this function to the South Essex Parking Partnership (SEPP) Joint Committee who deliver this function on behalf of ECC via an agency agreement.

SEPP consists of the Boroughs, Districts and City Councils from Basildon, Brentwood, Castle Point, Chelmsford, Maldon and Rochford. SEPP holds a single parking account which is the responsibility of the Joint Committee. The Joint Committee is responsible for how any surplus or deficit is managed. All surpluses are managed as per Section 55 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act (RTRA) 1984.

The parking enforcement activity in Brentwood contributes to the overall SEPP single parking account. Brentwood Borough Council has no direct control of this account.

The SEPP Joint Committee produces an annual report which provides a breakdown of the enforcement activity and financial performance in each of the partner areas.

South Essex Parking Partnership

 

Off Street Parking Account 2015/16

Income £1,596,000

Expenditure £921,000

Surplus £675,000

The surplus from the parking account is used to help fund other street scene services, in particular vehicle fleet management.

Please note: The data above can be viewed and/or downloaded via DataShare

Parking spaces

 

Controlled parking spaces off-street
Controlled parking spaces off-streetNo. of car parksNo. of spaces
Surface Car Parks111553
Multi-Storey Car Park1599

 

Further information on off-street parking spaces, including the availability of free parking spaces, can be found on the Car Parks page.