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Resurfacing work and restrictions begin at Knaresborough’s Castleyard car park

Work to resurface Castleyard car park in Knaresborough begins on Monday 5 October 2015.

The work, which also includes repairs to the car park’s drainage system, is scheduled to last around two weeks.

For at least the first week of the resurfacing work the car park will not be available for parking; some areas of the car park should become available in the second week depending on progress and the health and safety requirements for the work taking place.

Local residents and businesses with a parking permit for Castleyard car park will be able to use the permit in the Fisher Street, Chapel Street, York Place and Conynghan Hall car parks for the duration of the work. However, the permit will not be valid for on street residential zone parking.

Residents who don’t need their car for a day or two during the resurfacing work are being asked to park in York Place or Conyngham Hall car parks so that the town centre short stay spaces in Fisher Street and Chapel Street will still be available for visitors and shoppers to the town centre.

Councillor Rebecca Burnett is Harrogate Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Sustainable Transport, said:

I’m conscious that these works will cause some short term disruption, but this is necessary work to improve the car park for the benefit of local residents and visitors to Knaresborough.

I would like to thank local businesses and residents in advance for their co-operation during the improvements.

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