Parking fees will increase in South Oxfordshire from 1 April this year.
Residents using car parks, run by South Oxfordshire District Council, in Didcot, Goring, Henley, Thame and Wallingford will see between 20p and 60p added to charges for users parking their vehicle depending on how long they park for.
The rise to parking fees and permits was agreed in line with inflation by Cabinet members at a meeting last month. Members also agreed to continue to offer free parking for up to one hour in the district.
The increase was part of an annual review, which looks at costs of the parking service and considers the impact of increased charges on residents and local businesses.
The extra revenue, which is estimated to bring in about £70,000, will be used to help maintain the district’s car parks and pay for ongoing costs for the service.
For more information on the council’s car parks and fees visit www.southoxon.gov.uk/carparks