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Aylesbury Shopping Park: A guide to parking changes

There has been a lot of confusion about the new system introduced.

Published by Dan Gooding at 12:05pm 27th January 2020. (Updated at 12:38pm 27th January 2020) 2-minute read.

Aylesbury Shopping Park: A guide to parking changes

There has been a lot of confusion about the new system introduced in an Aylesbury car park.

New parking machines have been installed at Aylesbury Shopping Park - otherwise known as Junction or Cambridge Street Retail Park.

But the new system has confused many using the retail park.

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New signs have appeared around the car park

What to know:

  • You can still park for up to two hours for free without using the machines
  • Your vehicle registration is snapped as you enter and leave
  • You have use the machines to register your vehicle and pay for parking longer than two hours
  • The system applies 24 hours a day, rather than in just daytime hours, which means no free overnight stays
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Free parking for up to 2 hours remains on Cambridge Street

Despite lots of new signage, there have been several complaints on social media about these being unclear.

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Attendants have been on site trying to help shoppers.

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Shoppers told to refer to other signage, but there have been complaints they are not clear enough

You can still park for free for up to two hours and you can simply leave the site if you have been there under that time, without having to use the parking machines.

However, you do need to register and pay as you leave the site if you have been there over two hours.

You can also pay via an app called Glide.

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New touchscreen machines allow shoppers to pay for parking over 2 hours
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