Please note: Applications for new and renewed parking permits are now being accepted and enforcement of restrictions has recommenced. However, if you have an expired permit, please keep this displayed and no PCN’s will be issued until Tuesday 16 June 2020. This gives existing permit customers a four week grace period in which to apply for a new permit.
During this time residents should continue to display their expired permit to avoid receiving a PCN.
Parking Management Schemes (PMS), Residents Parking Schemes (RPS) and Permit Parking Schemes (PPS) are in areas used by a significant number of employees, visitors and tourists to the seafront area all competing for parking spaces along with residents and their visitors.
Parking Management Schemes, Residents Parking Schemes and Permit Parking Schemes will provide:
parking for local people
a cleaner healthier environment through the restricted use of vehicles within the area
more accessible roads through a more efficient parking layout
removal of inconsiderate and dangerous parking
signs showing times of operation and the start and end of the zone
Civil Enforcement Officers will ensure that vehicles are correctly parked.
Parking fines (Penalty Charge Notices) will be issued to vehicles incorrectly parked or not showing the correct permit.
Enter your street name in the search by keyword box below to check whether you may need a residents parking permit. Once you enter your street name a search page will appear and show you a link to the scheme that your street is part of. If however no link is shown then your street is not part of one of our schemes.