Prices slashed at Coventry city centre car park
PRICES have been slashed at a Coventry city centre car park after it was taken over by new owners.
Parking giant NCP has recently taken over the Belgrade Plaza multi-storey and dropped prices by a around 30 per cent.
It now costs £1.20 for two hours instead of £1.80, three hours is now £1.80 rather than £2.50, while a 24-hour stay will cost you £8.
A season ticket has gone down from £750 to £500, and it’s just £1 on Sundays and Bank Holidays, excluding Good Friday.
As before the car park is open 24 hours, and has a manned reception from 7.30am to 10.45pm seven days a week.
Brian Devonshire, head of operations at NCP, told the Telegraph the firm had been looking to get into Coventry for a long time. “It’s an important city for us,” he said. “We’re excited about opening in the city and are looking for more locations there as well.
“What stood out (about Belgrade Plaza) is that it’s in a great central location, a good location for people to park and enjoy everything.
“There’s the theatre on the doorstep, and good for the shops.”
He said NCP had already replaced the parking machines at a cost of £160,000, and was also in the process of cleaning, repainting and rebranding the car park.