Traders' Association to pay Rs.5.34 lakh monthly to NDMC

The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to stay a Single Bench order dismissing a plea by the Khan Market Traders' Association that it be allowed it to continue and manage the free parking facility at the posh market.

The Association had sought the stay on the order so that it could resume the free parking facility in the market.

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Parking zones will be clearly demarcated
The Chennai City Traffic Police (CCTP) will soon start trials on various roads to devise a broad set of guidelines for regulating on-street parking.

Parking zones will be clearly demarcated with yellow paint, bollards or other types of barricades.

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Traders' association agrees to pay a monthly licence fee of Rs. 5.34 lakh to the NDMC

With the Khan Market Traders' Association agreeing to pay a monthly licence fee of Rs.

The Delhi High Court on Friday gave its nod to a mandate by the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) to do away with the free parking facility in Khan Market.

Going by the views of the the Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) and Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), Justice S Muralidhar refused to interfere with the decision and noted:

Court asks traders to pay NDMC Rs.5.34 lakh by Monday to continue free parking

The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed the plea by the Khan Market Traders' Association to allow it to continue and manage the free parking facility at the posh market, saying

Khan Market will on Friday receive the final word from the Delhi High Court on whether parking at Capital

Finally, free parking facility at posh Khan Market will come to an end. Starting from next week, if you take your vehicle in the market, you will have to shell out comparatively higher parking charges following the orders of Supreme Court appointed Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA).

Starting April 1 visitors to Khan Market will have to pay for parking, which has been free for the past 25 years. The charges are being levied following the Environment Pollution Control Authority’s (EPCA) directions to the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC).

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