Pembrokeshire County Council is proposing to amend its car parks, after the original consultation was delayed due to Covid-19.

The review proposes that the parking service reaches a full cost recovery position, with it currently running at a loss, and that it also provides income for:

• protecting the future of public toilets situated in car parks

• providing additional street lighting in car parks

• increasing the budget for minor improvement works and general maintenance

• rolling out cashless parking payment machines

Some key proposed changes include:

• amending seasonal charges to all year charges

• increasing the cost of a coastal permit

• introducing a new maximum stay on Goodwick Bridge car park (the flags car park)

The consultation on the proposal can be viewed at:

The link also provides access to a number of documents to assist in explaining the county council's reasoning, as well as maps.

The deadline for comments is 16 June.

Feedback from the consultation will be incorporated into a report to cabinet for their final decision.