We operate 45 rural car parks as part of our responsibility in managing access to popular locations in the national park. Only 19 of our sites have pay and display machines, but the income from these helps towards providing and managing the car parks, toilet facilities, and the costs of managing our estates and traffic-free trails.
Most of the car parks do not have formally designated bays, some have spaces marked out in sets.
Car parking income and expenditure
For the period 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018 we received £320,281from our car parks. We have 1090 charged-for car parking spaces and 832 free spaces.
Details of our expenditure on car parks, toilets, access, walking and riding routes, and estates management for the same period can be found below.
|Car Parks Income||£-320,281|
|Car Parks Expenditure (maintenance)||£312,852|
|Expenditure on toilets||£141,546|
|Expenditure on access, walking and riding routes||£370,477|
|Expenditure on estates management||£105,707|
|Free parking spaces||832|
|Charged for parking spaces||1090|