Delta City Shopping Center will start charging parking tomorrow, 40 cents per hour.
Delta City Manager Dragan Perisic said that the works on the access ramps have been completed as planned.
Protective posts and curbs have been installed, as well as islands with toll ramps. Self-charging stations are set up at the property at all checkpoints/exits which will ensure easy operation and movement of vehicles through the parking space. Shopping mall parking charges practices are commonplace, not only in the region but in all European destinations.
Prices for both employees and visitors are based on operating costs. The decision to charge parking is not motivated by profit, but solely by the desire to provide sufficient parking space for our visitors. Our goal is to provide enough parking for the maintenance of this system, which is demanding by itself,” Perisic said.
A letter recently sent by Delta management to employees says employees at the mall's stores will be able to purchase a monthly parking ticket for a price of 30 euros but will need to attach a certificate of employment beforehand.
Delta City Shopping Center has a total of about 1,200 employees, and only on weekends, it is visited by 18,000 to 24,000 people, as management officials said earlier.
The Delta City shopping mall has 80 tenants, half of which are international brands. In 2016, Delta City shopping mall became part of the Hyprop Investments Group. Hyprop Investments is Africa's largest investment fund for shopping malls, and the Delta City shopping mall in Podgorica is managed by the newly established Hystead Limited, based in London. In the Delta Mall, over 90 events are held annually, ranging from fashion, children, entertainment, art to educational and humanitarian events.
Text by Ana Komatina, on July 31st, 2019, read more at Vijesti