The local authority has revealed a series of parking charges that will increase from 2 April as part of the 2023/24 budget.
The notices, which were posted on the council’s website and in the Glasgow Times, reveal that residential parking permits will be increased by around £40 for streets across the city.
Residents of crowded areas, such as the West End, criticized the “terrible” accusations, saying they were “unfair”.
However, the Glasgow Times can now reveal that the posts were made in error.
While street parking charges will increase in line with other local authorities, and the council’s budget has also been approved, there will be no changes to residential parking permits next month.
The option of increasing permit fees was mooted by council officials but ultimately taken out by council members, meaning it would not go forward.
A council spokesperson said: “Unfortunately, the increase in parking permits has been erroneously included in traffic notices posted around the city and on the council’s website.
“A proposal to increase permits was included in the initial budget options presented to councilors for consideration but in the end this option was not approved by the council.
“The notifications remained valid as they include information on fee increases for the use of on-street parking spaces, which have been approved by councilors as part of the budget preparation process.
“We regret any confusion caused by this error and can assure residents that no permit increases will be implemented from April 2 this year.”
As The Glasgow Times previously reported, Streets of the West End were expecting annual permit prices to rise from £98 to £130, while areas near Anderston were to rise from £196 to £230, which means the news will be spot on. Welcome to those who live in the area.
However, the parking fee will still apply if parking on the streets as the price is expected to double in many areas from 40p an hour to 80p.
It comes after it was revealed that up to 20 new parking lot guards could be hired across the city in a bid to expand the number of restricted parking zones.
So far 22 car parking areas have been introduced while the streets around Parkhead Stadium, Ibrox Stadium and Govan’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital are also being considered.
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