Shoppers in Wrexham will soon be spoilt for choice for car parking – with a large town centre multi-storey set to reopen with reduced prices.
St Mark’s Car Park, located near Island Green is set to reopen in the near future – with signs appearing this week stating that the car park has been taken over by a new company.
The car park, which had previously been run by NCP, closed last September. Since then there has been great demand in the town centre for the car park to reopen – with its closure having a knock on effect for those who work and shop in the town.
However this week signs have appeared on the car park stating that soon visitors will be able to park from just 50p for an hour and all day for £3 – news which is certain to be welcomed by many who have criticised the parking prices across the town.
A pricing board within the car park states that it will cost 50p to park for an hour, £1 for two hours, £2 for up to four hours and all day for £3. Details on the Britannia Parking website also state that season tickets will be available for £195.
Over the past few months there have been several changes to car parking prices in Wrexham Town Centre, with Eagles Meadow slashing their prices on Christmas Eve and Wrexham Council recently introducing new parking incentives in the Waterworld and Crown Buildings Car Park.
Throughout the year there will also be a number of free car parking days in all Council owned car parks.
We have contacted Britannia Car Parking and are awaiting further information.