PARKING enforcement is to return to pre-Covid levels at towns in Tyrone and Mid-Ulster, the Department for Infrastructure has announced.
It was scaled back in response to the latest lockdown from January 2021, with DfI saying a small team of traffic attendants was retained during that time.
Parking enforcement is provided by NSL Services Group, which furloughed approximately 70% of its staff in response to reduced requirements.
Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon said penalty charge notices for all on-street parking and bus lane offences will recommence from the beginning of June.
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