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Time's up on three-hours free parking at Quayside retail park

New parking restrictions are set to come into force at a major car park serving the Peel Retail Park and Gloucester Quays.

From Monday motorists used to leaving their vehicles for up to three hours in the car park off St Ann Way immediately south of the waterside retail outlet will need to watch the clock or get caught out.

That time is due to be cut by sixty minutes to just two hours, according to signs put up around the space by Vehicle Control Services Limited.

Signs warn visitors to the car park: "The maximum duration of stay is changing from three hours to two hours from March 9, 2020. Thank you for your understanding and valued custom."

It is understood the car park currently uses number plate recognition to keep track of visitors' comings and goings.

Peel Retail Park is currently home to Bensons Beds, Burger King, Dreams, The Food Warehouse, Hobbycraft, Home Bargains and Next.

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