Parking In Wychavon
Leaving dogs in hot cars
During periods of hot weather please do not leave your dogs in the car, even with the windows open. Cars can become very hot very quickly.
Dogs found to be getting distressed will be passed to the appropriate authority.
Resurfacing works on Bewdley Street Car Park, Evesham
The Council is proposing to resurface this car park in September.
Preliminary work to the drainage channels will commence from Tuesday 30th August, during this time the car park will remain open. The car park will close completely on Monday 12th September for a maximum of two weeks. It is anticipated that the car park will be available from Saturday 23rd September subject to work progressing well without any delays.
During this period the Old Brewery Car Park will be available for long stay parking.
DVLA reminds customers of new refund rules
We are responsible for the enforcement of parking restrictions under the Traffic Management Act 2004.
Our aims are:-
- To reduce congestion by controlling the parking of vehicles on street, thus leaving designated parking bays for the vehicles designated to those bays i.e. loading bays and disabled bays
- To encourage safe and sensible parking for all motorists
- Allow buses to operate more effectively
- Improve the flow of traffic and improve the environment
It is the driver's responsibility to ensure that the vehicle is parked in accordance with the parking regulations at all times.
Reserved Parking In Evesham
Wychavon District Council also manage 10 dedicated parking spaces available in Oat Street, Evesham.
Ideally situated for either local residents or town centre business users needing guaranteed availability of a parking space.
Each parking space is £156 for 6 months and is protected by a lockable security post.
For further details of availability and Conditions of use please contact Lorraine Coulson on 01386 565591.
If you have any comments or suggestions concerning parking in Wychavon, please contact:
Wychavon District Council
Queen Elizabeth Drive
Telephone: 01386 565009, between 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday.