Transparency, annual reports and minutes
Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) was introduced in Hastings Borough in 1999, across the whole of Lewes District on 20 September 2004, throughout the Borough of Eastbourne on 13 October 2008 and introduced in Rother District on 29 September 2020. This transferred responsibility for parking enforcement from the police to the County Council. Below you will find our annual parking reports and notes from parking board meetings held in the last two years.
Annual Parking Report
Annual Parking Report 2019/20 (Adobe)
Annual Parking Report 2018/19 (Adobe)
Annual Parking Report 2017/18 (Adobe)
Annual Parking Report 2016/17 (Adobe)
Annual Parking Report 2015/16 (Adobe)
Annual Parking Report 2014/15 (Adobe)
Annual Parking Report 2013/14 (Adobe)
Hastings Joint Parking Board
Minutes – Hastings Joint Parking Board April 2019 (Adobe)
Lewes Joint Parking Board
Minutes – Lewes Joint Parking Board October 2019 (Adobe)
Minutes – Lewes Joint Parking Board April 2019 (Adobe)
Local Authorities Code 2015
Under the Local Government Transparency Code 2015, at the end of April each year we have a statutory requirement to publish information about the number of on and off street parking spaces we control, and the financial information.
We have on street controls in the districts of Lewes and Rother and the boroughs of Eastbourne and Hastings. In Lewes we also manage County Hall car park.
The bays are not individually marked out on street so the number of spaces is estimated.
|On Street||Number of spaces|
|County Hall (Lewes)||394|
|On street charge||£2,459,778|
|Off street charge||£88,607|
|Penalty Charge Notices||£1,375,840|
|Payments from Lewes DC||£320,246|
|ESCC staff (excludes reviews staff)||£591,332|
|Operational expenditure (non enforcement)||£1,010,132|
|Supported bus network and concessionary fares||£630,000|
|New parking machines||£267,593|
|Net surplus /(deficit)||£187,080|
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