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Is parking a problem?

Is parking a problem?

Asked on Aug 15 2008, General in Bury St. Edmunds | Report content

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  • Parking in Bury St Edmunds is not a problem. The town has a number of car parks: Angel Hill (on street) - Opposite the Abbey Gardens Cornhill/Buttermarket (on street) - Town centre. Cattle market/arc and Cattle market/arc lower level car park - Between Parkway and St Andrews Street South Lower Baxter Street - Off Lower Baxter Street Manor House - (next to the Records Office, Off Raingate Street) Parkway Multi Storey - West of Parkway, beside the surface car park. Parkway Surface - West of Parkway, beside the decked car park Ram Meadow - This site is locked at 10.30pm every night, there is no release facility. A small part is open 24 hours a day. Robert Boby Way - East of Parkway South St Andrews Car Park - Between Parkway and St Andrews Street North Entry is locked at 8pm every night

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    Answered on Jun 20 2010, Report content
  • Central Bury is full of period homes. When they were built there was no need for cars! However people who purchase these properties now will 9 times out of 10 have the chance for a permit to park their car. Having said that, some properties now have designated areas to park or even have their own off street parking. Matt Taylor

    Answered on Sep 20 2010, Report content

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