At the end of March 2017, there were 37.5 million vehicles registered for use on the road in Great Britain. So although public transport is very popular, it’s an odds on chance that you’re going to want to find car parks at some time!
There are plenty of car parks along the Fylde Coast, in Fleetwood, Cleveleys, Poulton, Blackpool, St Annes and Lytham.
Some are pay and display, others are pay on exit. Some are looked after by the local authority and others are privately managed. There’s also free on street parking in most of our town centres too.
Car Parks on the Fylde Coast
Follow the links below to find out more about parking on the Fylde Coast.
What do you think to Car Parks in Wyre?
Wyre Council recognises the importance of parking facilities to support businesses and make visits to the town centres easily accessible and a pleasant experience.
As part of a review into these facilities held in 2018, the council asked how they can improve these areas and whether there are changes that could be made to increase their usage.
Some of the questions asked include your views on:
– Pay on departure
– Multi use car park tickets e.g. to use at any of the car parks in Wyre
– Easier payment methods
– Discount/incentive schemes e.g. local business discounts
– Improved security
– Space for motorbikes
– Better signage
– More coach facilities
– Electric charging points
– Larger spaces
– Better signage
Councillor Roger Berry, Neighbourhood Services and Community Safety Portfolio Holder at Wyre Council commented: “This survey gives you the opportunity to comment on our current facilities, which will help us to decide the way forward to provide parking for our residents, visitors and tourists.”
Wyre Council currently operates nine pay and display car parks in Wyre.
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