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Car Parking Charges For North Coast Beaches?

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BT Coleraine

In a Causeway Coast & Glens car parking strategy document suggestions have been made that council review beach parking and the potential for charging during the summer months.

The document says that an opportunity exists to introduce seasonal car parking charges between March and September.

Council will consider introducing parking charges at: Ballintoy Harbour Car Park; Ballycastle Marina Car Park; Ballycastle Harbour Car Park; Portballintrae, Beach Car Park; Portrush East Strand Car Park; Portrush West Strand Car Park; Portrush Landsdowne Road Car Park; Portrush Dunluce Avenue Car Park; and Portstewart Convention Avenue Car Park.

The document also adds developing parking hubs in the following locations to help with road side parking in Bushmills, Portrush, Portstewart, Ballycastle, Limavady,  Cushendall and Waterfoot.

Free car parking at Benone, Downhill and Castlerock that is currently free will also be reviewed.

You can read the full document by clicking here.

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