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Queen Anne Terrace car park in Cambridge will be closed on Monday and Tuesday


By Ben Comber


The car park will close for essential maintenance.

Queen Anne Terrace car park will close from midnight on Sunday July 2 until 6am on Tuesday July 4 for essential improvement work.

The work at the Cambridge City Council car park includes maintenance to some of the ramps between floors, meaning that cars will not be able to leave the car park while it is taking place.

The improvements are part of a £1.2m investment programme by the council in its multi-storey car parks.

Sean Cleary, Commercial Operations Manager, said: “These essential works are needed to maintain our car parks and we are working to keep disruption to customers to an absolute minimum.

“We regret the inevitable inconvenience this causes to customers, but the work has to be done to maintain the levels of service that our hundreds of thousands of customers expect.

“The wider investment programme is progressing well and, at this time, remains on track to complete in September.”

The council has put up information in Queen Anne Terrace car park to advise customers about the closure and has contacted a range of stakeholders to keep them informed.

These include local businesses, season ticket permit holders, the county council, Cambridge Business Improvement District, Visit Cambridge and Beyond, Cambridge Live, shopping centre management teams, Kelsey Kerridge leisure centre, the YMCA, Parkside Pools and bus operators.

Queen Anne season ticket holders will be able to use Grafton East and Grafton West car parks during this time at no additional cost.



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