Good parking provision is crucial, and we believe that effective parking enforcement benefits everyone.
Controlled Parking Zones and Pay and Display car parks are operating as usual.
Find out about our free key worker permit extension and the end of relaxed COVID-19 parking enforcement.
If you are a blue badge holder we are making it easier for you to travel through our Low Traffic Neighbourhoods.
Our updated parking policy aims to make the borough greener by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air quality.
From 1 April 2020, you will need to register for a parking permit account using the new permit system.
Information regarding parking for key workers.
Find out more about how to report idling vehicles and what action the enforcement contractor will take following a report.
The School Streets Programme is timed closures of roads outside schools, which prevent vehicular traffic passing through at the start and end of the school day.
Controlled parking zones (CPZs) are areas where parking is restricted or reserved for permit holders only.
We maintain a number of car parks in the borough as well as a large number of on street pay-and-display bays.
Effective parking enforcement benefits public transport users, pedestrians, cyclists and responsible drivers.
Find out about the Blue Badge disabled parking scheme including where you can park, who is eligible and how to apply.
If you need to drive across the pavement to get your vehicle into your driveway, then you must, by law, have a crossover constructed.
On this page you can find the annual car parking reports and our policies on parking in the borough.