District council has received no opposition to parking proposals approved at a December meeting.

A raft of changes to off street parking proposed by North Devon Council have apparently received no objection from the public.

A report to the council’s executive committee will say on Tuesday of next week (January 7) that, at the time of writing, a consultation advertising the various changes had generated no opposition.

Although no major changes were proposed, the executive considered a slew of proposals at its December meeting to be included in its new Off Street Parking Order, which covers car parks across the district.

Barnstaple’s short stay parking charge is to be reduced from 31 to 50p per hour on Sundays between January 12 and April 13.

It also approved various requests from local parish councils, including commencing charging at Chaloners Road car park in Braunton, plus no change at Combe Martin and South Molton, with further consultation before changing tariffs at Mortehoe and Croyde.

In Ilfracombe, it was agreed to add conditions for all Cheyne Beach permit users, reduction the number of permits per property for new customers to one and that in future they only be issued to residents.

Larkstone and Marine Drive car parks would now be available to Cheyne permit holders during the winter months.

It was agreed to increase the Barnstaple Long Stay permit to £200 from £196.20 and the weekly Rover ticket to £30 from £26.90.

The committee decided against proposals to reintroduce charges for the first hour of parking at Fremington, Lower Pilton and Congrams Close car parks.