MOTORISTS will notice major changes to town centre parking as work speeds up on Doncaster’s new £300 million Cultural and Civic Quarter.
Nearly a third of the spaces will be lost in the Waterdale Central car park from Monday as it prepares to make way for the town’s new performance venue and first public square.
The car park, which can accommodate 389 vehicles, will gradually be scaled down for archaeological evaluation work before fully closing in August.
Drivers will have to use the newly refurbished Southern Multi-Storey in College Road.
It will remain open during the CCQ work and is currently undergoing a £2.5million makeover. Improvements will include a new entrance, upgrades to CCTV and new lifts.