Baroness Kramer officially opens the new multi-storey car park at Bristol Parkway Station.

Transport minister opens new multi-storey car park at Parkway Station

Transport Minister Baroness Kramer visited Stoke Gifford today to officially open a £13 million new station car park that will increase capacity and convenience for thousands of passengers. The multi-storey car park at Bristol Parkway will provide an extra 710 parking spaces, in addition to the existing 1,100, to cater for increasing numbers of passengers using the station. Before the

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Temporary car park at Hunts Ground Road, Stoke Gifford.

Parkway temporary car park built without planning permission, claims resident

A temporary car park constructed on vacant land near Parkway Station has been built without planning permission, according to a local resident who has registered an objection with South Gloucestershire Council (SGC). First Great Western, operators of the railway station, announced the opening of a temporary car park at a site off Hunts Ground Road (opposite the Parkway North ‘park

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Rail Minister visits Bristol Parkway multi-storey car park works

Rail Minister Stephen Hammond today visited Bristol Parkway Station to see first-hand the £13 million car park improvement works. One of the largest Station Commercial Projects Facility Fund projects that a train operator is managing, the work will see an additional 710 parking spaces created at this thriving station. Presently the car park can accommodate 1,100 vehicles and is regularly

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Parking under pressure as construction work starts at Bristol Parkway

Car parking at Bristol Parkway railway station and in surrounding residential streets is likely to come under severe pressure from today as construction of a new multi-storey car park gets underway. With 400 spaces being taken out of service during the ‘fast track’ six month project, some travellers are likely to find it impossible to park, particularly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays

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Additional multi-storey car park planned for Bristol Parkway

Bristol Parkway railway station could get a new multi-storey car park providing an additional 710 bays after officials at South Gloucestershire Council cleared the way for a formal planning application to be made by Network Rail. Funding for the project has already been approved by the Government, in the second tranche of its £100M Station Commercial Projects Improvement Fund announced

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