This week it was revealed parking charges are set to rise in Colchester town centre. 

It is part of a new strategy to ease congestion and improve air quality.

Colchester Council is set to consider its updated parking strategy at a Cabinet meeting on Monday.

Read more >> Colchester car parks set for price hike under new strategy

The authority’s aim of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030 lies at the heart of the plan although motives also include boosting faltering revenue and reducing congestion.

Here we have had a look through the data to show you where may increase and by how much.

A report going before councillors shows there will be no increase at the following:

Middleborough, Rowan House, Sheepen Road, Brittainia, Vineyard Street, Butt Road, Napier Road, Mill Road anmd Mill Pond in Dedham, Cooks Yard in Wivenhoe and Leisure World in Colchester. 

Elsewhere motorists could face a hike between 10p and £1.10. 

The report highlights how the council wishes to draw long-stay parking away from the town centre and encourage the use of public transport, the park and ride service and out-of-town car parks.

The proposals will go before the cabinet and full council before being approved.

The prices in these tables are for Monday to Friday.