Two more floors have been closed off at Huddersfield’s second biggest council car park.

The top two levels of the bus station multi-storey have been closed for the past two weeks for re-surfacing, with work expected to last a total of ten weeks.

But the council has now announced it is shutting levels three and four as well for the next seven days.

The work means more than half of the 450 spaces are unavailable.

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It said the top floor fours would be off limits until March 23, meaning there is no long stay parking at the Upperhead Row multi-storey.

A spokesperson said: “The closure of the additional two floors (floors 3 and 4) is due to some unexpected issues that have occurred whilst the old floor surface is being removed.

Upperhead Row multi-storey car park, Huddersfield.

“This means that until further notice, only short stay parking is available, and this is on levels one and two only.

“The essential resurfacing work on levels five and six started on March 7 and will last up to 10 weeks.

“Kirklees Council are removing the old worn membrane, laying a new one and remarking the parking bays.

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“The council appreciates that this may cause customers some inconvenience but would like to remind them that alternative long stay parking is available around Huddersfield ring road including Springwood, Cambridge Road and St Andrews Road.

“There are also short stay car parks.

“A list of long and short stay car parks in Huddersfield is available on the Kirklees Council website: http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/parking