§ 66. Mr. J. H. Osborn
asked the Minister of Transport if he will list those local authorities now operating parking meter schemes, or other on-street parking schemes earning a revenue from parking charges, indicating which of them have submitted accounts to him; and if he will in each case tabulate the revenue, expenditure, and surplus of the scheme.
Mr. Bob Brown
The local authorities operating parking meter schemes or other on-street parking schemes earning a revenue are as follows:
Birmingham Liverpool Brighton Luton Bristol Maidstone Bury St. Edmunds Manchester Cambridge Merton Camden Newcastle City of London Plymouth Croydon Redbridge Greenwich Southampton Hackney Southend-on-Sea Hull Sheffield Islington Tower Hamlets Kensington and Chelsea Westminster Kingston-upon-Thames Wolverhampton Leeds Worthing.
Local authorities are not required to submit accounts in respect of their schemes to my right hon. Friend. However, the City of Manchester have sent figures relating to their parking meter scheme as at 31st March, 1968 and the Greater London Council have made available information supplied to them by the London Boroughs showing revenue and expenditure on the London schemes as at 31st March, 1967 as follows: