There is extensive availability of both on and off street car parking throughout the seven Burghs of Angus.
Paying to park in Angus Council’s off-street car parks has been suspended since 26 March 2020 and is currently free of charge.
This decision was taken as part of our response to the Covid-19 pandemic and elected members have since agreed that all off-street parking meters will remain out of use until 31 March 2021.
Refunds for those who have paid for parking permits will be processed to ensure that no one is financially disadvantaged.
Please note that our community enforcement team are patrolling off-street car parks to ensure that non-charge related conditions are being met – such as parking within marked bays – and to keep our car parks safe for people who are using them.
On street parking bays, with a 30-minute time restriction, are widely available and form part of the wider restrictions and regulations that are enforced to ensure road safety, accessibility and the free flow of traffic.
Review of parking in Angus
The pause in paying for parking in Angus presents an opportunity for a comprehensive Review of parking in Angus that will look at both paid for and free parking.
But be assured that this is a look at parking as a whole – not just a matter of free parking versus paying to park.
All options will be considered in looking at on and off-street parking, parking restrictions, including waiting times, and parking permits.
The review is being carried out by a Member Officer Working Group, which will present its findings to committee as part of the council’s budget setting in February 2021.
The review will include engagement and conversation with focus groups initially and this will assist in delivering a meaningful consultation with residents, retailers, businesses and visitors on a range of options.
As part of this review, we asked the public for their views on parking options. For more information visit the review of parking completed consultation page.