The regeneration programme, improved economic development opportunities, improved connectivity, and the borough’s status as a major tourism destination does and will continue to generate an increase in parking demand across the borough. The current Maidenhead parking capacity is 3,292 spaces.
The council has made a commitment to maintaining provision for visitors to the town throughout phases of redevelopment. Investment in parking is one element of infrastructure improvements being delivered to support regeneration in the town centre.
Temporary parking sites have been built on Reform Road and on the former Ten Pin site. In addition plans have been approved for a new permanent car park at Vicus Way.
The proposals at Vicus Way will provide 500 long-stay spaces, primarily for use by commuters and town centre employees, thus supporting local businesses and freeing up other town centre parking for short stay use by shoppers and other visitors.