Case Number 6639
Request Date 02/04/2019
Completion Date 23/04/2019

 

Details of the Request

1. How much money did the trust raise from car parking charges in each of the last two financial years - 2017/18 and 2018/19?

Include a breakdown of staff and visitor/patient parking if possible.

 

2. How much money was raised from parking fines in each of the last two financial years - 2017/18 and 2018/19?

Include a breakdown of staff and visitor/patient fines if possible.

 

3. Have you increased the cost of parking in your car parks during the last financial year - between 2017/18 and 2018/19?

Please give a breakdown of how much parking has increased by.

 

4. Do you charge for disabled parking?

 

5. Is your car park managed by a private firm?

If so, what proportion of revenue created by a) parking income and b) parking fines does the firm take?

 

Details of the Response

1. How much money did the trust raise from car parking charges in each of the last two financial years - 2017/18 and 2018/19? Include a breakdown of staff and visitor/patient parking if possible.

Fiscal year 2017/18 2018/19
Visitor / patient £1,919,472.13 £1,995,325.69
Staff £435,753.46 £437,698.52
Grand total £2,355,225.59 £2,433,024.21

 

2. How much money was raised from parking fines in each of the last two financial years - 2017/18 and 2018/19? Include a breakdown of staff and visitor/patient fines if possible.

Fiscal year PCN Income
2017/18 £30,477.50
2018/19 £16,430.95
Grand total £46,908.45

Please note: The Trust does not split visitor/patient and staff fines.

 

3. Have you increased the cost of parking in your car parks during the last financial year - between 2017/18 and 2018/19? Please give a breakdown of how much parking has increased by.

No

 

4. Do you charge for disabled parking?

Yes

 

5. Is your car park managed by a private firm? If so, what proportion of revenue created by a) parking income and b) parking fines does the firm take?

CP Plus http://cp-plus.co.uk/landing/ manage Penalty Charge Notice only and keep 50% of PCNs